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To the Boys 
and Girls 



The Puziler Is here, call In and get 
on* b«for« they are all gone, 

Campbell'H I'rescrtption Sti>rt>. 
We are prompt and caipful. 



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COAL V 

HALL & WALKER 

Welliilgton Colliery Co. Coal 



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VOL CHI., NO. 206 



VICTORIA, B. C., THURSDAY. AUGUST 4, J 910. 



EIGHTEEN PAGES 



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Automobile 
Clocks 



^VERYAUTcmOBTI^ OWNER SHOULD 

HAVE ONE : 

These we are showinj^.in our windows, and consist of 
Brass and Nickel Plate finish, all of French manufac- 
ture, and guaranteed to give peTfect sati&laci i. ui. 

--"THLV .|\1<1-: RELIABEE , ' 

and a:re made in different styles and shapes, cnahlnig 
the driver to see the time at a glance from any pesition 
Also with adjustable spring, to-atop jarring. 

Prices from $5.00 to $15.00 




Crow'$ NMt Dividend 

TORONTO, Aug. 3. — At a meeting of 
the directors of • the t.'row'n PftSs Coal 
company, ii d.lvlfl«^nil of fine per cent 
wua dcK'lared, puyable to shareholdefs 
on record on August . 6lh. Thl8 Is 
nii-rely a dl.Htril>utlon and not a divi- 
dend for any regular period, it Is the 
llr.Hl paid for two years. , 



Inspector Dew and Jailer Marin 
State Positively That He 
Has N'ot to'nfesseici, and 
Ottiers Scout Idea 



PRISONER ACCEPTS 
SOLICITOR'S 



strike Wa« Short. 

l'()nT AnTIIlTR, Ont., a1jk. 3.— Port 
.\rtliur vvu.s without teh-phoui- nervlce 
lu'tweeri iniduiKht and 1 a. ti); owing to 
u .strike of girl operaDra 6n account of 
wage troulili-. On the pruinlK^' that 
they wouhl get a t'uir hwiriiig befori' 
The oommtttee rnanagiag fli« civic tole- 
lUiotie deiiartmenl the girls returned to 
duty. 



PROVINCIAL AID 
FOR 




FORESTS 



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'JMic latest st}desin goggles arc also to be had at 

niode^t prices ~'^- ^^ 



Reports Tliat Miss Leneve Had 
Made Damaging Admissions 
Are Also Denied— Still Kept 
in Infirmary 



BURNING 

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Situation in Montana an«l/ Idaho 

Grows More Serious — Now Fires 

Reported 



Proposal to Secure Extension 
of Canadian Northern Island 
Line to Ouatsino Sound Un- 
der Consideratiou 



MAINLAND LINES ' 

MAY ALSO BE AIDED 



Iv.e with the latter'a habeas corpus pa- 
pers, .succeeded in securing the entry 
of three CliituiHe aM his sons, and \n as 
preparing to have three more p^eudo 
soiiM and one daughter permitted to lond 
wlif'n the plot wa.s uncovered. He then 
dl-sappeared. hul .Jew, who l.s said to 
have fiiiployed him, was caught. In- 
.specior Taylor esltmaied thai the two, 
(Miln.'se •■xpecled to niiilU' IIO.OOO from 
Ihe use of those Wdh.slUuied paperK, as 
Ihe pretended adopted family would 
have paid that sijm to have landed here, 




CDL. COOKE^TS^r ~ 

Long-Drawn-Out Trial by Courtmar- 
tial Reaches Another Stage at 
,- Fort Lawton 



Representatives of Messrs 
Mackenzie and' Mann Take 
Option' on Entire Holdings of 
Pacific Whaling Company 



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Challoner & Mitchell Co., Ltd. 

lewellers loi/ Government Street 



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TITK STORK THAT SEBVES ,YOU BEST. 



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Cool Drinks for Sizzling 
— Hot Days — 



J- ARMOtTR'S GRAPE jriCE, -per bottlp, 50c and .•30c 

E. D. SMITH'S GRAPE, JUICR bottl® • 30c 

MONTESBRRAT UIME JUICK rORDIAXn bottle. 75c and 40c 

ROWAT'S bl.ME .irnCE C'ORDI AU hottlp, 40c and 26c. Per deca.n..35c 

•ROSS' ROYAL EI.MH: JUICE, hottles .. .,..'. -.'..... J ........ .50c 

STOWER'S UME JUICE, bottle ..!' ..,.S5c 

FRUIT SYRUPS, hottl*«, .50c, 2 5c and ...l.'Jc 

RASPBERRY VINEGAR, frott le. 35c and. • -|^'' 

HIKE'S Rr>OT BEER, bottle.' -""^' 

I ILOHE ROOT IrlEER, bottle. . . , 10c 

PERSIAN SHE-RRET.. .Xi&C]^M^rT^ir77V • .Tfs4«npf2Bc- 

KIl'FEt, TOWER LEMONADK, tin ; ^..,.25c 



DIXI H. ROSS & GO. 

Independent Grocers, 1^17 Government Street 
Tils. •50, 51, 52 - - - - ■- Liquor Dept. Tel. 1590 



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When You Buy 



vour Footwear iioin us, yoti get the best that there 

is for the money you pay. This means a good deal 

to a familV— it meansclear economy. 



TA-tigr 3.— In ap o cto r Dew, of 
.Scotland Yard, captor trf-Dr. Hawley H.- 
Orippen, said with positlveness to- 
night that the prisoner bad not con- 
fossed to <ho murder of Helle Elmore. 
Jo-seph Jlorin. Crlppen's jailer, was 
-*taiiaiIy...;4ii3!Sitiv.e that no word of con- 
fession had come from the dentist's lips. 
Attorney General Gouin and Judge 
Langellor, before whom the man and \ 
his Kirl companion, Ethel Claire l.eneye, j 
were tlrsl arraigned, said they had i 
heard nothUiB of a confession, and tlioy I 
scouted Iho idea that Crippen could 
have made one to Inspectia- T>ew with- j 
t>Vit their knowledge I 

Inspector Dew visit, i ; • i n.st this | 
afternoon to obtain lii.s uii.s«<r to So- ^ 
llcltor Newton's cablefrram from Lon- 
don, proffering legal assistance. This 
t-Vlppen accepted, and promised to keep 
his mouth shut and, not rislsi extradi- 
tion, the iU)nditions Imposed in the so- 
llcltor's message. . 

An effort to learn •■invthliik' .Tt"Mit the 

j friends who, the. London messago says 

I are willing to pay, the expenses of his 

i defense, was as fruitless h- ! 'Is 

said to have been In London 

The big grey stone Jail where Crip- 
pen la confined has become the foremost 
of Quebec's many points of Intt-rest. 
"The rfeeing Quebec" trolley cars stop 
nearby, so that the tourists who throng 
the cit y i n surnnjep may have a chance 
to gaje Into the window of the corridor 
where- the .aneged wife-slayer takes his 
exercise. Several persons saiv him to- 
day, and once lie looked out of the win- 
dow, nodded and Rmiled 

Miss Leneve contlnuf i. ,; 

time quietly Jn the prison inlirmary. and 
is said to \>(^ improving in liealth. 

TH6 tttirhofitieS'eontlnut' their con- 
siderate treatment of the i?lrl, biit re- 
peated reports that she has made ad- 
missions damaging to Crippen. pr In'the 
way of establishing her own . innocence, 
are denied. Crlppen's comparative 
calmness Is. according to his keepers, n 
positive refutation of the allegation 
made that lie hnd been addicted to the 
I use of driigs. While but $J8 was found 
I In Crlppen's pocket, Mlaa Leneve car 
^ rled $60 In currency. A largv part of 
this sutn was spent by the matron today 
^ in the purcha.se of clothing suitable to 
I h«r charge 



Alaska Salmon Pack 
SAN KRAN*.'lfc!Ci», August ,3.— The 
Brtstnr- Bay salmon pack for 1910 fell 
considerably below the pack of last 
■'.i!- The total outptat fpr'thls-j-errr 
Hiiioi.uted to 834,000 ' cases, against 
1,147,595 cftses for 1909 and 1,170,2H5 
for 1908. The largest individual pack 
was jpade by the seven canneries of 
the Alaska Packers' A88pclat,lon, which 
turned out 450,00(^ cases. 



"SBAfTI.,E, .A\ig. 3.— The court nmrl.iul 
that" is trying Col. George F. COpke, U. 
S. A. retired, of San EranclsCo, charged 
with neglect of duty and also with mis- 
conduct in borrowing nioney .frorn. en- 
listed men and cl\4lianfi. re-asseml'led 
at Kort Lawton today. Dr. J. K. Hall 
of Chicago, form.-TTy post surgeon of 
Kort Gibbons. Alaska, lestltted concern- 
ing Col. Cooke's financial transactions 
at the post. -TI>e... co urt martial, which 
has already heenThTiTRsI OTrmTtRy-rt ee4<*7 
pT'HmtFes to break records f"r length. 
The trip to Alaska, from which the 
court has just reitirned, consumed sev- 
eral week.s, and only one witness was 
examined, .loe Anlcich, a roadhou.se 
keeper of Tanana, near Fort Gibbons, 
who testifled that Col. Cooke borrowed 
KAMLOOPS, Aug, 3.-:Thc Canadian more than 1700 from him giving notes. 
"Kdrtbei'n Rmnvay "has- madfr-TOrertprcs^,^ ^ 

to the government of Hriiish Culuii.i- were offered, in evidence. 



WILL ENGAGE IN 

, HALIBUT mmj-STRY: 



MISSOULA, Mont.,^^ugr.- 3v— Thej. " ' 

f<ire."«t fires in -VV-wit»rn— iM.ontana nnd^- ■ . 

Idaho have assumed the most serij QuCStiOn Of G/anting Such AS- 
oua aspect since the first blaze Svas 
discovered soipe sixty days ago. F«,>r- 
e«t officials here are almost over- 
whelmed wHb -v't'ports: of new- flre.s, 
old fires spreading and appeals for 
hfTp frnliTT- -the-rtt-fiK^Fs.- --LHrge-er-«ws 
have been organized and dispatched 
to the more serhjus blazes. 

Word was received that the fire on 
the-. SI. Ji)«i Rixer^n-IdaiHr -Is -eating 
Its way into the Trout Creek district 
-^ ■ five 



sistance Likely", to l3e~Taken 
Up at Next Session of the 
'Legislature 



fTewXompany^CaprtMzed' at 
Several Millions to be Fornn- 
ed to-Exploit Deep Sea Re- 
sources 



hax-iner destroyed , an area iwe muej* i ^^j^^ j,^ respect to the securing oi: aid 

wide and ten-inilt'S long. ^ "I'P^^ in the construction ol liundrciii uf Declaration Biit Paswd. 

Creek Is still in the grasp of fires and ^ ^.^^j,^^^ ^^ branch lines in vuriuus parts , dv-nov Aug 3 —On the ITurd 
150, .men have been '^^'f'^^' ?f „ J" ! of the province, i ,..;:<^i;,Kiiu.' House of Lords passed, 

maivfTT'to th^'^ccne. <m minoKii | j^ effect the announcement ijiv en '.o , ^^.m,^,^, j^pu-ntinifot, the acce.ision dec- 
C'rtfek flames have surroundeci '"« ] the Colonist today by Premier Mc- 1 (.j^fitlon bill which eliminates a phrase 
Bdllion .Mining Co"n'H"y » I»ropert>. , ^^.^.j^^. ^^^^ ^,^^, uocasion of his visit to| oblfctional to Catliiiiilics from the 
In addition to new flre.s which thretii-^ Kamloups to attend the iiTigiUlon Kings oath. The bill already has pa.ss- 
n the- Loto district there ^rejires ^.„„y^,m^„ ^vhlrli opened today was us ,.^i the House of Common.^. The Idll 



raging today at Dotil' 
Junction, 



»n Hiid St. Regis 



received the Royal assent today. 



GIVES 




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Field Marshal and 'Prominent. 
Politician Says Spanish Pre- 
mier is Ri^ht— Vatican's 
Reply in Preparaiton 



follows: I 

■''I have recently been in conference 
with Mr. D. D. Mann, Vice i'resideiil 
of the Canadian Northern relative to 
the extenslt.in of the lines of tlie com-; 
pany on Vancouver Island and the 
mainland of the province." he said. : 
"Of course it is essential that fol- 
lowing the completion of construction 
of the main line of the railway it 
should liave branches w'hich may 
serve as traffic feeders. , It is prnb- 
atde that in order to bring about fur 
tlier development of vari^jus portions 
of the proviuee through the furnish- 1 
lug- of transportation lacilities thej 
guvernmeni may consider the a dvis^.- , 
Pillty of lending such :issrstance~tr 
the railway as will bring about the 
object desired. However it may not 
bt that the assistance granted lor 
proposed extensions of the Canadian 
Northern system will , be as great as 
that given under tho -agreement for; 
the building of the main line and tho 
Victoria and Barkley Sound railway.; 

"The 'Canadian Northern is desirous , , . ,> 

of constructing .an additional hundred visit of M Rohort Guggenheim to V an- 
ot line on Vancouver Island. ; ^.^jyer. r' ' :^s; •eek, ostensibly to 



Represetitailves of Messrs Mae« 
kenzie & Mann, who control th^ Can- 
adian Northern Railway system, have 
taken an option on the entire holdings 
of the Pacific Whaling Company on 
Lliia- coast, and a deal, whereby this 
well known Industry will be formed 
Into a new company which will have 
at its command several million dol- 
lars capital Is expected to be consum-^ 
i mated within ttxe next few weeks.'' 
1 The option, which has four, months 
j 10 run, has been taken out in the 
I names of Mr. A. D. McRae and Col. 
A. G. Davidson. It Is understood that 
the holdings of the Pacific Whaling 
Company are valued at upwards of 
$1,000, 011(1. 

Plans are already well afoot for the 

j formation of the new company, and 

arrangements are now being made) 



i for the extension of the enterprise so 



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McCandless Bros. & Cathcart 

555 Johnson Street - Victoria, B. C. 
Positively No Cr«dlt 



the 
■ )nvi»lete- 

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miles of line on vancouvcj Island.; 

■ an extension there ^\'^"1«^ 5"^*", meet Jacob H > 
building from Alberni north ^^» „^"*J,: hanker, was .u,i 
slno sound, near the noftherti end of , 



rail ti"ansportation. 

"The company will also 
branches Into tlie Okanagan ami 



build ! 



the 



Kootenay. The uuestlon of the grant- ^^Sa-OOO shares oi 



the building ott tli«se[-^, 



be dealt] 



Ing of aid to 

branches and exten.slons m^y 

with at the next session of the legia- 

iuture." ' ,, ■ ,,,,, j_. 

Previous to the- opening ol the r 
vfgatlon cJiiventlon the Pi^emier met 
the Boa 
wbo desire 



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The Man from Missouri 

and the Tourisi 

Proper 



declare that LcmiV.s \Wv[ i. ilic "hc.^i ever." 
It is just' the pure^ properly aged, genuine 
malt and ho]) l)rc\v that the stranger within 
our .jrates appreciates. Nolbad headaches, 
no unjpleasant after-effects, hecausrt:eM[fs 
I'.cer is not charged witli carbonic acifl gas, 
as manyother bottled bc'CT?; are. .Purity and 
vvholesomeneSvS aj;^' in,separably linked in a 
"iTOttlc ot Lenip's Extr;! J'.ilf I'.ci r. Call tor 
it ;ii ;in\- li;ir. Iioicl, or restaurant,,. An-y 
licensed grocer or dealer cari supplv T.crffjrs'^ 
I'.eer bv the case for lioipe -use. It is the 
most po]Hilar beer in Victoria. Pithcr ;ind, 
fvciser. w^liolesalc agents. Aiclori.i, \ ancou- 
vcr and .\elson, 1'.. C. 



f§!fm, and no surprises were sprung. 
Fltz and Russell, the^ Seattle pair, 
easily won their doubles match from 
Wildes and Prltchett of Everett, and 
each disposed of his opponent's In the 
men*s singles. FriU and. Russell will 
meet Breeze and Lyon of Taeoma to- 
morrow In what promises to be the 
best doubles match of the tournament. 
Miss Hotchklss, natlon,il woman 
rhatnplon, did not have to extend her- 
seU't to defeat Miss K, Bailie of Ta- 
eoma, 6-0 6-0, 



MADi;il' .v.- 3,— Field Marshal 

V'OZ DoUnguez, who is an ex-preslr 

lit of the wenale and ex-premler, in 
Ain Intervi- ' ■ aald he would sup- 

port Premv I'-Jas In his struggle 

for religious reforms, but he doubted 
the success of .the movement Oft ac- 
count of the Immense power of the 
j clergy and their influence over 
women, who he declared >\r,- 
fy under the domlnatb i 

■•The' openness with- which Premier 
Canalejas Is conducting Ills _ cam- 
paign," said the Held marshal,yi8 one 
of the best features of the sltutition. 
He wants Spain and the world to 
know what he Is doing. If he suc- 
ceeds he will hflve reiidered an Im- 
mense service to Spain." ' 

Vatican's Ansvs^er. 

lHi.\li.:. Aug. 3.— The note wbich 
Cardinal Merry Del Val, the Papal 
secretarv of state. Is preparing an ans- 
or to Premier Canalejas will be sub- 
mitted to the congregation of cxtraor- 

iHnary affairs. The»COntent8 of the 

note will be se cre t, ... 

The Glornkle d'ltalla publishes an 
interview with Cardinal Vlncenzo Van- 
nutelU. who describes Premier Can- 
alefas as "a terrible man," addltig that 
It is Impossible that King Alfonso ap- 
proves his antl-clerlcal policy, Cardi- 
nal Vanutelll goes on to point opt tbiat- 

the King 18 a fervent Catholic by ' ""■"'° "".;]^ TaVge elevator comparilcs 
sentiment and tradltloi:, but that he is "^^,^,f "'^ol^'o' /n their elevators In 
too young to g«^ppl.,wlth the sHtm- ^^^^'^ertfMan'^toba and SNskatchewan 

the Spanish people 



They Buy Enough Stock 
Nug.get to Give Them Con 
troi — First Payment 
$25,000 Made Yesterday 



Sli.-VTTLE. \Vn.«h., Aug. 3. — That the 



Such an extension there ^^"«^"ltl mean, ^^^^ ^^^^^^ ^^ ^ . ,,, ^^^ ^,g .^^^ y^r^ 

Ing fron- 
the.lsland^ a ^lU^ n^'^^rved byj the acquisition oC the , Nugget «ol^^n,lne 



Mind" It) cover up 



1 near Nelson, P. C, by the Uuggenhelms, 
became known in local financial circles 



i late today when t' 



hlch Is more tlmii 



nyment on 

the mine, 

.inrity, was 



niade by young auggenhelm today. The 
payment was for $L'£i,000 and was made 
to A. H. Gracey, president of the com- 
pany. Mr. Gracey came down from 
Nelson and completed the deal with Mr. 
whlli^ ''"'^ 'i't.r '.yriv r.stKTi- 
jf for ''i 'I ' ■ ' ;u ) i\'e 



i;^^^olrd"of TVade and city -""^ ' Gu;;^:;h;.m 

who desire the Canadian Noithein \>"*_,„ibly waltin„ ,.„. 

If possible to be »>rought through be vancouVer.'' 

cltv He promised to take tne ">ai- .j,^^^ Nugget Is one of th 

ter UP with' the company regarding | j^.^^^,^, ^^^j^^^^ ,^ ^^^ ^^^^^^ ^ 



e most val- 

, „„.,,,,- ......v., « r- -reek district 

the slTops ^md the line, with a riewjo^j ,^ 3^,11,,,, f.o,„,„hla. and It Ls reported 
arranging matters to the satisiacuon ^^^^^ the Guggenhelms^ are to iloat a 



Tennis at Taeoma. 
TACOMA, Aug. 3. — Play In the see- 

ond of the Pacl/lc Northwest tennis j-y ' = ."i, "„„.:.;, ,oi„ „mv.'4rrn«ii<.d 

tournament was much according toj H"" h?,'"!^^A.'!^. «''ri°'''''^^/jr.^''''^^".^i. 



of the city and the '■•»'^^ 

Bank oTb. N. A. Dividend. 

LONDON, Aug. ^— :">•'"? "it. "i 
British North Amertca has declared a 
dividend of 30 shillings per ^are. 

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Prairie Elevators, 
\\ i,\MF'Kt!, Aug, rs.-For'somc time 
rumors have been current to the effect 
large 

their 



'Struck by Baseball 
KANSAS CITY, Mo., August 3.— -Al- 
leging that a baseba+Ir- batted foul, 
struck her^oit- the! cheek and thus 
caused a permttnenl disfigurement, 
.MIsfl Hazel Wilson sued the owners of 
the local jVmerlcan Association base- 
ball team for $20,000 damages. Miss 
Wilson' says if the. box in which, she 
was sitting had been properly 8cr<;!ened 
the accident would not have Iia.ppenecl. 



He added that 

themselves disapprove of the policy of 
the premier; as shown by the attitude 
of the [leople of Bilbao and other im- 
portant places. 

UNIIEd1|R[L[SS 
IN ARE IIICIEC 



Imiulrles Indicate that all elevators 
will be opened except In a few cases 
along the Estevan branch, but In many 
places they will be open but a -— » 
tlm' unless business \Varrants. 



short 



LATESI 



$10,000,000 company and buy up all the 
claims *+«- that district. 

Il Is imderstood that the option price 
on the 285,000 shares, on' which the first 
payment of $25,000 was made today was 
on the basis of $3.r)0 per share. Con- 
siderable stock has been snatched up by 
Guggenheim agents on the Vancouver 
exchange during the past week. When 
Interviewed late today Guggenheim ad- 
mitted that when all negotlntions for 
other properties on Sheep creek were 
clo.icd up they Were prepared to spend 
from '$30(j>onO to a half nlllllon dollars 
for a mill In that district, and to In- 
crease the output of the Nu^rg'H mine 
to 100 tons dnlij-. 




OF 





NEWS SUMMARY 



I'ag'-' 
1 — Plan Exten.«lon of FlshPrto*, 

No CotifPHSlon From CiTpppn, 

Provincial Aid for RriSnehes. 
2— A Han' "A'rralKhea raclore .J u.s- 

tlce. Tramway Extension to 

Haanlch. 
;{—l'^n(i No Trace ,of Missing 

Local Newii^ 
<— Editorial. 

5 — So(.'ia4-~a.wd- personal. 
_--C-^N.GW3_.'pt the city. 

7— Local News. 

8 — In woman's realm. 

9 — 'Sport. 
10 — ^Addltlniuil ■■i-.i! 
1 1 — ProvlnclHl .Ni'w ^'. 
K' -Hotel Arrivals. 
13 — Real ewtnic, 
14— Marine. 
15~r Markets, 
^f, — Cla,«slfled Advts, 
17 — LochI News,- 
18— David Spencer, Ltd. 



President Wilson and Six Other 
-Officers of Company Arej 
Charged With Two Offences 
by Grand Jury 



Hundreds of Celestials Said to 
Have Obtained EntTyiro U.S. 
Throueh Fraudulent Manipu- 
lation of Papers ' ■ 



GOOD AHENOANCE 
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Many Representatives of West- 
ern Provifices and States 
.Discussing Irrigation Ques- 
tions at Kamloops 






^AN FHANCI.SCU. Aug. .'l.-Uy th- K ,V M LOOPS, Attgtt.l ^ 

.arrest late today of .Ifevr Loy SlnB." -»ft4«« ^jonventlon- opened 

cera /o'OKOIHSCMr?loi?_Tejegi>pftr^^ Chinese merchant. Immigration 

Company, most of whom iiadbe^n- pre- I "ipiffpector Richard A, Taylor claims to 
vloiislv arrested', were ■ Indicted by a | have disclosed a method .whereby bun- 

■ ' northern district of California Is baaly 



NEW YORK, August 3.— Seven ofh- | 



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ai..5chcTT)re to ^IniSxicrj Investors to buy 
worthless stocks. Those indicted are: 
President Christopher Columbu.s Wil- 
son, •\'ice-President H. tbimpers. Sec- i Ibrouglit about.,, ii\' 
jff?t»ry W. W, TompkiUii^.. Flscttl Agent lyouthfui deputy in 
Geo. 'h. I'nrker, Oenerai Mamigrr C. .0^] 
Galbrailh, Treasurer DIbolt iiUiI Frari- 
t'lsX; Butler, counsel and director of 
the company, T ■ 

All exoept Parker were arrnigned 
before .ludge Hough, in- the t^niti-d 
States district court, and jdeaded not 
guilty: Parker is iiiiilefstood to be rjn 
the wny here from Seatllivto surrenilcr. 
himself. — ~- ■ " 

'presTfbMi't Wilson was held Iti $2F),000 
biill. Tompkins lUid Hntler In $10,000 
each, and the others In $iS,000 each. 
On the iVrSt charge nil were pnrolfd 
for one week, and on the second charge 
the\ wore givan two days in. which to 
And ball. 



I'll" IrriKfi- 
here this 
morning with a good attendance from 
British Columbia, Alberta and Saskat- 
chewan, s^nd rept-esentatlves from 
soine nf the western states as well. 
I' .1 I lili'ii, til'' retiring president, 

is succeeded by K. B. Benjaett,„cil.,X:aia_ .. 
.Sftry. ■■ ..' . ' o 



Involved by the disclosures.,.:. -. -^ ' Ainotig 'tlii'> adaf^^MW^^^^^^ by 

He staled that the arrest of Jc«r Was premier McHride, who brielly outlined 

a ronfe.sslon-Tof a what the^ Government Is doing und«>t 

the clerk'iK office. 'the Water Act. and expre.sscd sympa- 

_-J.e»' L&y^lTiS is sp-elticHlly accused j thetlc iuter,p?t In the Irrigation move- 

of altering and changing a public ilocu-itrient, pronTlsiiig that any recommen- 

ment by substituting the photograph of I flatlon.«! wmiM receive every consldera- 

an unknown riilnese for- that of dee j tlon. 

.lung Kce, In thecotirt record of a , " o.,.»„* m7-*~ 

babOfts corpus prncecdlng which , had re-' I S«r«tofl« wiMi. 

suited In the fulinlsslon of the latter to] SARATOGA, N.'Y,. AuR. 3. — Racing 
thiM country, Taylor declared that stib-j rn«?n in large numbers are here for the 
Htiitiiinn has been practiced ujion no j rnld-summer meeting of the Saratoga 
ie,'<s than .100 cou'rt rccorrl.'* In tho dis- 1 racing association which opcn« to- 

CBBCK 

made 



i that it will Include both halibut and 
j shark fisheries. The latter Industry 
will be the first of Us kind ever start- 
ed In the New World. The capital 
i necessary for this extension of enter- 
prise will probably, be .raised In 
London. 

With the realization of the project 
now under way, Vancouver Island 
,| will have one of the largest and most 
01 I important fishing organizations in the 
world. The affairs uf the new com- 
pany will remain under the same inan- 
*^4»+»uU-fUJ-ti»a.t.'.Jvhlch at present con- 
trols the Pacific Whaling Company, 
an organization which has been at- 
tended with conspicuous success since 
Its inauguration. 

Whaling has never been carried out 
with better results than during the 
past few years, when, owing to the 
Ingenuity and enterprise of the lead- 
ing spirits In the Pacific Whaling 
company the catclies oft the cj;>aat of 
Vunciuiver Island have easily eclipsed 
all others ever made In any quarter' 
-oT the globe. 

Many Side Branches 
The extension of the enterprise will 
mean the starting up of many side 
branches of the whaling industry. 
These will Include the manufacture 
of glue and the comiiounding of oils 
for lubricating its well as for illumi- 
nating purpose.s. Owing to the fact 
that the purchasers of the whaling 
company's holdings are closely Idcntl- 
. fled with railroads and coal mines ad- 
ditional advantages will accrue to the 
Island whalerles In their ability to 
find new markets for oil. Railroads, 
as well as coal mines, consume large 
(luantlties of oil and by acting in 
conjunction with them a whaling com- 
pany would he Independent of the 
European market and could sell its 
products on this side of the water. 
Among those closely Identified with 
whaling Interests this Is looked upon 
as a most important consideration In 
view of the fact that the sale of oil 
la often cornered by speculators who 
control the market and try to man- 
Iptilate prices in such a way that the 
producer gets very little of the profit 
nearly all the returns going to the 
middlemen. 

The branching out of the new tish- 
erv organization into the halibut in- 
dustry Includes In the first place the 
erection of a cold storage jilant at 
Rose Harbor, Queen Charlotte Islands, 
This will be followed by similar plants 
being installed at Sechart and Kyu- 
(juot on the west coast of Vancouver 
I.«!land. The steam whalers of the 
company will be utilized for halibut 
fishing when not engaged in whaling. 
The fleet which now Inciudes five ves- 
sels will probably be Increased to 
"eljtTir steamers In all. 

Special Interest Here 

The advent of a local company into . 
the halibut Industry Is of especial in- 
tere."it to this province and to Canada 
at large. For many years past Am- 
cican Interests have controlled the 
weulthy halibut frshfrles of this prov- 
ince. Now for the first time a Can- 
adian Company will endeavor to win 
back its share of this trade. The com- 
pany will be a powerful concern with 
large capital and with men thorough- 
Iv exi)crienced lu the fishing Industry 
In its employ. The most up-to-date 
and efficient apparatua will be used 
in the fishing operations. Experience 
has proved that the l)e8t halibut banks 
lie off the whaling stations of the 
Pacific Whaling company. Numbers 
Stt tbe -Amepicaa flahlng vessels now 
operate ncar^ Kyuquot and Sechart. 
while the Hecate strait banks, near 
—the Queen Charlotte Island atatlon. 

are famous. :*-«.--««£-». 

With the commencement Of naUDUt 
fishing by the Canadian cOnUKKW. t^* 
Instnllatlon of a cold stOTMire WlBit •* 
Seehart, and the butttMBg. 
torla and Barkley B**|Wt'f| 
will be po«slb!« t« 
Barkley Bound l» 
to Victoria and. -lat 
by the Can«4H»n N< 
the larc« ««Ott«l tl> 



tr(cl clerk's of'flce here. In some 
more than one sijhstltutlon was 
Ir the MHine record, until It has become 
practically Imposslhle to trace the or- 
iginal. 
The Cbl««»e who posec^^as Qea Jung 



morrow and will contlnua until 8«|>t 
12, President H. T. Wllaon, and otll«r 
off lclala.,a.rc. Qp|!mJ«JLs„S!y«f: tHa yttm . 
pects for a siicceiMiful mtvtllnr.' ' tfTtt 
1,200 horaea are qanrtwrW^ -«« '«*• 
tra<t.i(« "'-" > ri'' '"< 



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VICTORIA DAILY TJOtOlSriST 



"TVi u r iiSraV'.'"" Ati g oiil""'4~'fSnB' 






3S 



Vi 




Even Hubby Likes 
Cooking With Gas 

ll Is ><<' <-li-fin ami >J'> Utllw 
ir'Mil'l«'. Soi' our liirK'", n^'W 

.sInrK uf. 

GAS RANGES ahd 
STOVES 

"7 .■■■; '■ 

\Si/i,ni r^i 11 \ "\; ;l v;oOa',GHS- 





BEFORE JOSIICE 



Murde 
Makes 



cr — aS k'W ii« t 



lO. an<r coTirii'Cl It 



VICTORIA GAS Go., Ltd. 



1 i.-).t 



ilpsroom, 652 Tat«>!< " .''l. 



Telephone 347». ' 



Soldier Gharged '.With 
"of Supy6rio'r-.-0fficei 
first Appearance, in. 'Court 
ReMianded Until Today 



V!U: 



5mpany 



.rulnij of Monday. .^ubvIm. 
¥ 



rlKlU of way wUli proiiW »radient, aiill 

nol 1)0 forced to I'olluw th«. hlKliwaj'ji - 

Mr. Oawtinl referred to the proponoa 
ajireemord Ijetwe'eii owitth and tUo coin- 

ituJiy...yoluLl1i>; out tliitt-j^Uiie ih« huu- 
m-PHtloii liuij l)^Hn inadf thai tho owners 
Hhuuld give iVii per cent, ol' their Itolil- 
lng'(>to itie rooipaiiy aM . >.( , boiiu.s., thai. 
«as nibrely a projxmltlOJi ad\o,t).fftd rvif 
thf ptirp'om' (if- lualiliiK u .start In ihV- iif- 
KOllal'loMK. It iul«li> j'-'*' t-^"^ ""^' 
>4 a'fViouTit wonlil iMit iK' iii'i'iis.<<'nry. Iiiit Iho 
owtiers" niii.<«t-nliii\\ thai tliey watitnd -ihti 
rnilwuy Mud lie wlllliiK I" milKo rea,'<oii- 
iihU- (?orili'ihutlOi) ht.!fore th"> voiripiuiy 
would conwidpi'-' tl(f! pror)(i«!tlorl. TIk^ 
mutter litid now Jtutifi: fire fop.Rl.x-toontlia 
sincf It wa.s In'rodiiOPd by Mc^s.nr.s.' Grunt 
*■' IJii.diiiin. 'iMirof pr«'lin:ilnnry surveys 
hBd 'btieti miidp, bill - ovvinis'" to ttie ui»- 
purent opposltlun uf some of thi' ovvnt-rs 
:iii»4 ttie fuct lliat ntHiiy did not «h6w a 
dlsposlUon to iisslBt the compnny; -orderK 
tiad bpein'. reieivfrd by iiliP_;;io jvlijiln •;)() 
urvey imrftes and dtH- 
11,. 1 1. -Ml 1. T. •'/.■,! nvd 



raiVi'i" of t!i.' ./Vri 

tho-j doys ci,ll Jn the si 



v r/ip:v, 



SMOKE 



LA FLOR OE BA 




lir.sl ■ itppraraiit'e III C'biirt y. i ,,,„j,),(.<k,.p,|..)yy _(-(.,<»- 

' ;iftfriioon at il o' t'lucU Whe n He .,,,.. , , , , ihe'THTrPT'^vmild 

;,.-,...., , ire provincial .lUsilce, of tbo j roallz<^ iliat ttio roud would 4)e-fw-tholi- 

, ; .. . i.>H Haywiird.j CVwInff to tt^e j ow_n, l)oitefU hi pnhrtncUiR the vnUiw of 

I fact that +h«i fiinerar of i'he Inte t'np- i-^propc-ily iind kIvu the distrlc't wljat! ft 
lain I>lll8toii witH tudd ypslPrday nfl'pr- ; jian ne/vci- pnir,y. ri. an adefiualu and fre- 

liuont ' ■ ''ottT 

«et)Ki»rN '^ 



nfliM- 
;-i)oon iht' proceetUniifx tn court were 
purely formal, Supertntendftit of Pro- 
\ ific lal I 'oUr.' !■'. t'^. if.u'-i'-y ap p- « n n« 
for tin- t 'rown. anil u-^kiijj; for a rt'hmrfd 
until this nftornoon-%vh»>n^44+«^-J»fi^?lnvlft- 

iiry heaHiis: r|djj;-Jj2:^i»^d2_-.^^2__. s,i«^ 

TTie" prlRoner tva.s not a.-jlif.d to plead 
anil <\-)>pn Mr.; Ilaywftrd roail the fharRe ! 
'■■rlntp ndpfi t •HMS-sry, liefore the p«ds- 



the end of 



lit eomduston Mr. t^owarii •iijrK<-»<«<l 
thai the owners gPt l0Ki"th«r, cunwldcr 
what they aril projijirpd to elvp a^id «^'*^* 
rnit tlioir dtHdHloii to thw romrany, when 
the- niMtt%- oiiuhl hf KWie Into' and suli- 
siKJuent titPpM taken to uirUf at n'dettn- 
Ite urranisoTipnt. 

Mr. .Arthur Linphain urfied . upon tloi 
o-wrrprs thr Tie<:t""'lty of - ««i*t^lUiK ,^'^*^ ■ 
compuny to oouMtrnol theUne. ItwiHild 
mean great developnient— In the dlntrlot. 
ohluinoeniont In values and increase in 
piipulallon. 1 1 had- b««!u'- iiiiK^li^wiisUKy, 
g*>H(|(ui that each - oVv'ner j<ho\ild contrib- 
ute, ten jxT cent, of .hlt» land.' Krorn his 
'«*Xperlencii i*oine owners'; would Kive and 
many would «lve nothlnK- He ,l)ud al 
ready been Rw.wui'eil of aaslstanto from 
(VwneiM in ttM^ KnocKenUlll »cctlon. 't;lie 
c'otnpun.v expected assl.Hiani'e to (hv i .v 
'tent pr'about .BOn aore.'i. "■ 

^r. OVio'rea SauRHter, re^ve -i ' 

Ha.uiilcli, In movInK a yote of thard(s 
ur«ed the t)wnerB- to -K»slf<t the .compaii:, 
to; the fullest extent, as fcho road woiild 
mean riTf prosTferrit^ Hf t>h«"^-l»t*H«.t.- ■ • W 
^—Tw-ifTnrnKt1nn-.—MT;..J;Jo\TOi-d' stated .thnt 
the c'om-p'i n y w'ould cortafnly !>« pre- 
^pA«ed._to'.-aei I power antj lijsht tjj the, r<jsl: 
dgnt8_o.f the district tlioiugh, * probabis 
not aT"^ceT Tlie roatl .' cpuld be con 
atructed Mlthtn ^ yorir *^Tfbm tl)« oom 
inpncemfent. Of tha wo»k.^.ttnA later- tl)i; 
sile o/ powet- and light would be pm 

vidi it Tor - _,.™^. — r-^,.:'- 



Perfect Cut and 
—-Fit— 



ONE OF 



Unexcelled Tor rts Aroina and 'ra>ic 
the" STANDARD -BRANDS OF 

■().\ SXI.K !-\KRV\Vl!KRF. 



CANADA 



!;ad 



.!■! ii!iiiy of; answerliit: 
1 iiinuui. I ': 



JOE TASSE CIGAR COMPANY, Limited. 



mjtam.vanmm 



5Bama«««aMgaasagiagM»aBKisg^^ 



!^sjNNin'j at?" 



> 

o 

Ci 

c 

Iz 
|r»i 



WHEN 



'vfe. 




ORDERING 
—SPECIFY 

AND OBTAIN 




THE 



NOT 



HEAD 
NNESS 



YOU'RE USED TO 




Lin 






ABOVE DOGS HERD 
LABEL IS ON EVERY BOTTLE. 
refuse: IMITATIONS. 



■2fi«.!«i.]i!iM.».^.. 9'-"^i'^^''^^ DOGS HEAD GUINNESS 

PiTHER A T F.ISER 

Wholesale Agents for B.C. 
VICTORIA VANCOUVER -NELS ON 



imm 



The BEEHIVE, Doir^las Street 



AFTERNOON .TEA APRONS. 25c* 50c and 65c. The.ce arr In 

•iiUv st.,vles, . - 

WHITE LINEN APRON. ■ 



se 50c and $1.00. 



■rw - ' /iMW w r mt iu m n a m fw 



The Bog Scouts of 



Victor 



la 



Something of their ' develop- 
ment and their work along with 
some excellent pictures js'given 
in next ^junday's edition of the 



"\ 



Sun dag Co lonist Ma§ a z h i e 



There 

stories 



nre 



al'^n nthpr <ynnd Inrnl 
with pictures ; some 



good general reading and seve- 
Yoiri! enjQ^uie • '.* \' 

Sundag^£iOlonist Magazine 




.Srr. Coward .-it a ted tbnl }>V 
th4>_yofir -Ionian., r.ivpr po'vvefn .would .1>" 
available*. Tlie company vyas n" pbll 
a'nthriM'lait. and was JyoKlPS fQr_ return 
tjn Hf -v itrvewtmFiit, b\ it'.th»re was no rea- 
son wliv the o\vne»;s and coinPHnv eoulil 
— ■ ■.'•='ther^and a: ' '■ -iliJa^-^- 

logement. 
■Vancouver'* Experience 
.'• iifiri 1 til the Kreat advaneement 
. 4rhbutfi.ry"i^ Vancotirer 
■ I'.strm-tloii of rural lines 
aild pjBdieteil the same results In .Saan- 
leh. On the Mainland envnerw had beeji 
on I y I oo \V frnHifTo ' n >■ ' .4 

tmiet4Jri»G^-n«d-^v^M. '-< 

. Tllfilucceaitft- |.B_Mi<JrKi <->wth of traffic In 
Vjincouver In eomparlson with V'lctoriu 
-: -■ • va^kucii^Uiiit-Ahfi-iUuectoica of the 
■■•V- did not 4't'iH -like iroliie tu^- 



t»=tet \' w<rt«l-d bfl-ftgr-iiaKKS^-MWl 

jLiuioKor it-i. M^ "":/:"": , 

«i>ii the point of widtli i}t-rt } ! .n \.-< ^t- v i v^y. \ "' '"'. ?'''._'.*•' 
Mi;, tioivard- stated that one hundred feet 
-»m« wi'.at l.< reyjilxcilbut e\ en- here it was 
ii MOOStlon of arraiiKfriKMit. . lii some 



places that width might not be^reqiiired, 
but. In otliers. where pi'' i-i-" f*M- »ld-"" 
luRs, double track and nnuat be 

luade. t!mt v. i.iii. >--.>iiiii ,, ,, ., ioo»j:re.'i( 
.\8 to-far ll he Wiifi t<;»fe In • ^ 

luu t't:ii (i .:i.I.f iKti \)t' irnre tliaa 

un tii-k- 
tn other 



CHIPPEWA IN 
COlOiN YESIEROft! 



The tlcji^ciulable ,iai4«iring of 
\\vv fanii.di^; TweiVticth CetUviry 
I'.raiid 111 Clothiug is. known 
i!ii-iiui:;liotj_t„jtHe_ Provided, .in- 
deed ' most. fav,6r.aht\' kriown- 
fnun \'it:tor,ia to .Halifax, We,. 
vv't)i:dd einphasize Olif' 
iirgh" "^lii 

(IoIIlIm Iv 



«i 



!ine.>^ of-. .*;ini?l.c and 



Soujid ^^leamer Crashed ■ inio 
Albion. Off West Point W hen 
Returning to Seattle 'From 
Everett 



Scotcli Tweed and 

English Worsted 

Suits 

\ 1^ newest, color-harmonic > ; 
iiiiqucstioiTiTbly correc_L. in 
>.tyk :f^ranil quality ; just vvhat 
up-to-date l)u.sine.ss men who — 
are gOOcLjJTegscrs apx)rcc-'alc 
ressonablo fiotircs. 



a,t our 
VVitI 






■ riinrd.T i 
■i-;iliston. 



I I'ant. 



r.i. 



.,. to tlie.quealton of whether lie 
any objection .Mian calmly re- 



lated . 
down. 



• I 1 i :n I 



J1.1 iJilectliui. sir, 



and 



llapji'e when he Avas arretted 

• day foliowliig lit.8 incarcer- 

.'.>'• provincial gbal. appeared 

■ ■ yeslerd?iy. He wan pale 

, d f -t Alruly and hardly 



Pi 

■| '• 

ward 



!>-: ill" small crowd of 
■if the courtroom, 
-pectful an<l he 
iiroceedlngM and 
• ry word ppoken. 
,11 prlHon clothe 

,. „ .,.,,„ ,. .dilrt and the iiln- 

? with the broad red strip 
iiilltary tinlforni. 
he entered the codr(room 

with the tip 
,i,,i pM Mr. Hay 
the beiielj— Alli ■ 
t'lf ref' "^ «'" 



lie rate woijid doubtless 
'St. of the road would be 
and the company woiil- 
t Amount unlerts It feli.i 
-'■t the buslnes.i*. n'ul 
;. also benefit, and If 
I'ldy retiMonatde t" exiiecl 
ttie company. 

stion-of .Roato. 

n -f I .uitP. Mr '5 

altely. but ),■ 

L:rr-afl\- On v 

' tlie dl' 
liV . teiu 
route."-! had been surveyed, on ih« 
H nd w4i.sLi^aod one In — Uie Centre < ■ , 
pt'ninsula. A two per cent, ^mde w . 
what was rriulri'i} to cl-ie the tipiuf pi--' 
vice. Hov. 

p'ld.v v^oul' -• -^ 

cuntr'hote [lo .cnuild u-n .i,i.y, liui^TTC'^ 
Hure if a ll -^ l i e o wfjer.ti'-iTtnTnr'the route 
contrllnited r.)"i ii'ii but five pti-centi of j 
tlieir landrt- It would be nmi>le. Ti.c ! 
troitbb I'e thai i " ' 

would rlljute. 

Kive aiijimiia. A''' 
-h" niMJr Trhrrrbv- 



jii-iout, irtini.iio" 

not expend th: 

\vou.ld ulti! 
the reside I 
tlie.V- do. It w at 
them to' asstst 



'coidd r- 
' ( ed tlui I , 
. tlon of 11)1 
f" tloi^ tna.» 



Will 
Point 

Hteel si-e-ti!J>er Chippew 
trrashed -Uito the tvoudau^-af.(uinier- 
bioii, JamagiiiK Iter to such an extent 
that It was necessary to beach her. 
i'he Chippew'^i's bow tva.'j driven ten 
feet Into the Albion ami-dHhIpa, X<' 
one. WHS injured in the colll!»tdii.. Th' 
.Viblon is owned by th.- Port .\iiJTf'l. 
i;rewln^ conipanj. 

The t'ljlfpewa . w ' 

little with' terti ptts.senKer.H after hi\ 
ing brouifht an excursion to this clt; 
from Everett. The murk.\' cotrdltion oi 
the ithiii;-l.liere iiw !n.sr to tlh- ii)n!i\' fir- 

■ r 




Sirto S35 

yOTK t)l R WINDOW 

DIS1M.AV 



W.& J. WILSON 

MEN'S FURNISHERS, 

;i Government St., and Treunee Av. 





BABINE INDIANS 



i_Trib«8 in North Perturbed .Over Land 

,.,ll Right*: — Dominion 



for 



Agent Leaves 
Buli<eley 



Or. John MacDoiinral, who Is a trust- 

ayentof ttie "Indian il-parTnirnt at 

I liaK been dlrec . d \ia 

lU tlii'nugh the • ioinere 

new nortii, ^nh the ob- 

i vIpk' the nslilne r.ndian."i. 

'10 have Jatierl; ttloil, 

dnkinir th,e.y ai. their 

rlKiiS-^Tgr'"!;'' d..)rior expects to make 




g -•' 



iHlnK Is to business 
earn l.s to machinery. 



W. Newton 



rtis?ment Writer and Contractor 
Advertising Profit^ibly Written 

with Angus Campbell & Co., 
'Government Street.. 

Residence 162?. 



191. 



x!:gn r = s aag*~ 




where 



■!-A 



I'her: could lie reo., 
properly, within a 



!r.,- 



.1 frrit. 



"••• line. 



gUan dl^ 



titat he haj< 

r '; >; ' n tr i r; ii 



.-itaiemetil to these Tn^ 

vlns them tiiat their case 

tli.. nii;li.>->.-t rmiiM. ■ 'f i lie 



. at the Idea of- trdd{)ie 

northern tribes .and say.s 

no apprehension of ■ an np- 

IV fiii-Tn. lie haH Jli.st r<- 



lurnrd from Fert OeorKe 
found tive Indians much perturbed 
the thought of their reserve 
point being sold- over their 
without their consent 
Trunk Pacific. Tlie 



be 

at 

at -this 

beails and 

to the \ Grand 

commtPSlon^ wajj 



, uie- .■»4.--..tliarj3AiKW.r..i.- <JiaiL>i!i?« .i&^^^ 



tltelr mia«ppi'' 



Canadian .Bank of ComiiKTce In Seat- 
tle, has been elected president of the 
Seat ■ tring.:.:Hoyse 

Mr. in'n was forme rly un 
the Bank of (lornmerce here. 



Association, 
^he-staff of 



Mr. r, 



W<>ir' Known- Here 
v.. Holt, tnaiiag'T 




TUirn^T. Y-Z (Vns* TTcaiT) THsInfertaift 
Boap Powder dusted in i.hc bath, sofier.s 
'*•« water a,rJ idisiaiecie. ^. 




=^ 



iroom. tJtiperli 



well- Jl,!!! ! 

lint OH a 1 

■Vr¥M «: ■■ 

I mil 
taken nil' 
he' waa pi 



n, 



! and If 

1 

I ti. 



n '. 1' 
tlie 



ivas rtei 



was th' 

jM i> . Ill' .1 1 Koal. 
prisoner ha"* Hecured i 
■\. ' hUn on. the capli. 
iiralnst him. The in*' 

.■(iiuii.'» will be but shoit I 
lime the jury trial l.i luui j 



iLL, BUILD IF 








Capital S375,000 



Par Value $1.00 pe 




ni_Electric 'Cuiiipady Will; 
"^-Dirte line! 

RppiiHnntF;"^ 



i.on??' 



1 1, 



111 

'Mi 



Hpln. 



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DIRK 

FRAXCTS I. .MAKSl 
■IIARI.l'S \- 
1IK.\R^ 
K. .A. 

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\LL. \ irtoria. \\. C. 
DAN 11 ".I. I.. \ icioria . P > . C . 
MARTIN. \ ictoria. P.. C. 
I ALL. Victona. i:. C. 

TAT fVnr^'- \'ii-!,,ri'. i;. C. 



M 






?,.\\KlvRS: 

ni' r,riii'<.!i .\'inh 

SOLICITORS: 
)LEY, Ll .\r^); 
Victoria.,_B:^C. 



hare 



.\merica 



^&-PO0LEY, 



ua!t'i| '.u 



)anv has licon tormeclto act|inrc the rij>lit to prospec 



the 



MlfCI ric iiini)>aii.» ii"< r- 
lid Us KVstem ihiouKl" 
-a. mil ll 1" Miiisuln. and. that It vvlll 
not do, Hd inThrrw ttic- iiroperty dwiu-rs in 
aiu.t h-ecllon .will make reasonable eon- 
irri"HlOJi towiirdH the cofd ofj, con"iruet^ 
fng tlie road in order ^o ensure the- eoTfi^ 
minMt financial loss durTnu 



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the 



; pany 

,i,o, .-,.>. \Piir.s wheti^'tlio traffic wlH he. 
iiig to the nnKetlled uHtiH'O of 
,,,,,;try, wan Itnfl jinnouticement niude- 
' tdKht by Mr, A. i'X. t}ow.nrd, local 
,,, : .^-^ei of the e.ompony, l<» a r«pi'e«cnl- 
_uUuu -.iiuiherlnjic of property- oiVnerH of 
•ill'- .!i lilt l-.rid at 't4t»»-A,Krlc!ilttiral Inili, 
;-;,;■, RCr. .Gowartl Ih.Tjbmpany 

■ "•ill. \t. 'Trip, the company's en- 

.1. and Mr. ArthTrr' t;tnf'nn'm;-,-n-tTr> 
ii'iVirrendeuvoilnK to Uid,U'-e the com- 
piiiv 1. ( "11^1 riict- the line, attended— rtnT 
• ir.-ti-i.- 1.11 ii;i- pnrpiise (»r tHtkinpf the 
and .HhowluK "the riwm i 
e emnpanv d'esires anil 
^^ illioK I ■ ■ '•■•-; 

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;'i,., , -, ippri'. 111! I'ln ■ : 

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nipany's con.sulliivg: on.c^incer, I^lr/J. W. I'VaiTt-^ a well kn 

l.lv iipon the o;col(>dcal formations at ^L'''' Crrnk. ;md the 



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Drillitt'g Coni|>any*lo bore the first vv 



,;wrnia' (Ml expert, has reported 
ma'na>i-eme/it,has contracted with 



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]\C \|tlllit\ I'liiiur^ V. \ Fii I |'<i 11 > I . . 1 .wi V, HI-,. . .. .. V .. J 

DRILLING OPERATIONS HAVE COMMENCED. AND THk WELL IS NOW DOWN' 200 FEET. 
WITH MOST PROMISING INDICATIONS, SIMILAR TO THOSE FOUND IN THE 

- PENNSYLVANIA OIL FIELDS 

"~" -n-cn })laccd on llic market for develop^^eflt-pUf- 



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vji|Ou:<'i.u<ii 



afTor sl'iarc.s nvadc luujI lurt 
three shares at'par for e\^ery share- now ap| 
liberty to take .up this option wi|rhin 



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hoi f 
iiiri \' da VS after 



oticc will irivedlie sliarciioldcrs :.i! ''-til '!i ■■[■]■' f''^'* 

or aftG■r■oiid^H■^s:been fouhtl and the .shareholders will be ;rt 

due noticii'Kas been given tlvem by the Directors. 




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I , ,. 1 fi. 1< Bhrt .freqii' 

V, ,,,|iii 111' ^.^• ' " at the lowe,-! p- . -^M. 

iiites. and to Blve »ueh an efficient wer- 
...(r^ .'ft,,^ .o«,nf>H'nr--miT'Tt- h»ve> Its own 



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irther pat1;iculars and inforination apply to 

HAM & 

FISGAL A-aSNTS FOR THE COMPANY 




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Thursday, August 4, 1919 



VICTORIA DAIt¥ COLONIST 



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TrtmkMmd Valises^ Club Bags and 
Suit Cases, Travelling Rugs 

FOR YOUR HOLIDAY TRIP 

• ■ " •■ * . ■ ■ 

V\'c can show you tlic best the manufactuieis produce m 
these articles at less tha-n tliey are usually sold for. 

Club Bags, from $3.0x3 to .$28.00 

Suit Gases, from $2.50 to ,, $35.00 

Trunks, from $<ioo 'to $45.00 



RNO NO TRACE 
OF 





Travelling Rugs in immense variety, from $2.00 to 



$25.00 



T. B. CUTHBERTSON & CO., Ltd. 

F. Ar-Gowcn, Managing Director 11 14 Government Sstrect 



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Lorna 



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.\ poifiinip that has become very 
popular In VIcionlu. DellPtously 
fi-Hgrant and refreshlnK. 

Have You Ever 
Tried It? 

Above nU it Is la«iinK anrl it is 
ibe odor of notlilng but Pevon- 
.■<hlre wild flowers. You can buy 
a.n much or as little as you please. 
50 cents per ounce. 




CYRUS H. BOWES 



CHENUST. 



1228 Government street. 



McLaughlin Buick 

Models 17 and 19 Are — 
the Limit of Perfection 



These two models we have for immcdiatt^ flchvcrv. 
and win be pleased to <iemonstrato one for you. Mr 
Laughliii P.uick? are world-renowtu-d for tlicir reli- 
ability, easy operation and s moo lh running-, and 
the acme of perfection. '' ■' 



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Western Motor and Supplf Co., Ltd. 



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Broad Street. 






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Esquimau & Na naimo Raiiway Co. 

CLEARED LANDS 

-— — ^^e-Ci+eafed Lots at Qual icum Beach, 
NewcasTTe District, are now on the mar- 
ket in tracts of from thirty to forty acres. 
For plans and prices apply to L. K. 
Solly, Land Agent, Victoria, or L. E. Allin, 
Local Agent, Parksville. 



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I'ii V. ^ ' 'KN, 
41 1 \ r 14, with I;t;.' .:'' rrar 
ti.-ink operatini; in llu' 

Terms can ^ arranged 

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THAN 

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SEVEN ROOM 
Dougflas Strc'!. 



THIS 



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IS $I,OOG 

rTTr'^Tn:ncK. 



K( 1 M ) 1-t 

stores and a 

94,. 500 

CHEAP I". K 



KING'S ROAD 

M(.)!)1',KN' noi'SE- 



'full liU, rlosr •■ ' 

.. .:. S^'5,800 



r;imrcu 



STREET CAR MEN 



the ri 



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1 ,tr inic. 



Marriott & Fellows 



Phone 645 



Police Search .Fails to Locate 
August Mechelin Missing 
From Home Since July 

., 19tli 



Mlsaliij? aince July I'.Kli, when he^), 
left hi.s {mine with the ■ intontlon of 
sevurlng a position on on-.i of the C. 
P. R. rOuKt .sttMin'i.sh'ips, fifteen-yetir- 
old .August' MociUiltn has d1sni)p<>aro"rt- 
lis I'oniplt'tfly iiH if tho oarth had 
op-cnud and swallowoil" liim. Despite 
tli« efforts of the police im I a truct5 
of the bo'y cun he foiin*i Ills unfle 
and nunt, Mr. and Mrw. Mochelln, with 
whom ho has been resirttnpr, are al- 
most dtstnuritMi at the-lKv.v'H-<HBHppBar- 
iiiice and lhc>- arc hojtluK aKain.nt liope 
t hai ,.s(i.ni.m,uarii--\V.urd...,'Jvni --bt!- n-cetyi-d 
from him. They have ln'sltated writ- 



er A, to- hava Sic Wllfl«« Laurlcr, th« 
premier of Canada, lay the cornerstohe 
of IVie new bulldlner which is In the 
course of erection at tlio eorn-T qf 
lUanchard and View Htreela. 

In reply to telfeitraniH ««!nt by Hon 
W'llliHni Tetnpletnan of this city a«H- 
hiB him to cbhsVnt' to preside at bucU » 
funclloii, Sir Wilfred wired yesterday 
his Inability to give a hnai decision at 
the prewenl time /and would not be able 
to do HO uiUll his arrival here. From I 
tlie time he arrives on the C. P. K. I 
v^-hnrveH on the evenlnR of the 17lh un- 
til iii'laaveH for Hie north on one of 
the Grand Trunk titeiimera tn visit 
frlniJe Itiipert and other northern cities 
on the following night, he will not have 
lunch Mpnre time, and as bin plans dur- 
ing his .stay In tlye city are not definite- 
ly dechh'd upon yet lu! fears to make a 
pj'omlse. 1 

-But, conflldPflnK i-blh- It is almoHt per- 
tain that he/ will con.siMU to lay the 
oorner.stone of the hulldlnK .as. lt...\yiU 
not aUo.Keth«r "occupy more -than ten 
mlnutp.s or a quarter of an hour of hi.s 
time, and tho function will Ink. I'lm.. 
during jtljo noon hour. 



DoB't for««t th« 
new cotton and 
wool Delaine BhirtB 
which came In last 
Tuesday. These arfe 
Bomething new. 



CHOSEN FRIENDS MEET 

Executive Head from Pembroke, Grit., 

.Addresses Local Branch Which 

is Growing 




Don't foTKet 



the 
new ''icotton and 
wool. DelaJrie Bhlrta 
which cam« In last 
Tuesday. These are 
something new. . 



Week-End Showing 
of New Suits 




AuavsT vz:cHx:i.iK. 



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in^' h'ometo tlT- lad's !■ in- 
land ;ind have bi'.-.-i nsir ■ • 
to locate hUn. 

Yoimg Mechelin came irotn isngiand 
with his aunt arid, uncle about six 
months ago and resided with tthem 
^^n a small ranch 'near. Swan l..ako. 
On' July ISth h<j applli^d for a i)o,sitinn 
as moss boy on the Princesis Charl<;>tlf 
but there WKfi then no opening. Ho 
relurnpJ hdme that evening sayinff he 
would try to secjjre a bert'li on some 
of the otlier bouts, having been told 
That there might T)e a chance for him. 
The next day he left home an,d not a 
trace can be secured as' to Ijlampye- 
ments" since that time'.,- . .,: 

The lad Isr described' by the .nwlloe 
as belnfr fifteen jWrs of age, kbout 
five feet in (^height and weighing about 
mo pounds. His jialr was red and 
complexion ruddy. ' lie had a habit of 
biting, his lower Up and his finger 
nails were bitten to the quick. \\,hen 
he left home he was wearing long 
trouser.s. d;irU cjin' ro.it n'rtd vest and 
a black ' ' with him 

a Glads I :iit»al8,- A.M. 

painted therec')n iji vvliite. He t^fas of 
a talkative and ln(iHi,.Hjtlve .nature atid 
readily niade ncnualntancies. 

The mlBsing boy was a member.- of 
the boy- scouts but nnn« of .hla;_telJow 
scouts know anything of his whero - 
.abputs. .' -. • 



Sheriff Alex. Morris, of Pembroke, 
Ont (irand Chief Councillor of the Can- 
adian Order of Chosen KrliMuls, \y«s 
lioard last evening' hr a larrr ffiiHT«-W>K 
of that order in tho K. of P. Hall. After 
the'slnKing of the national anthem and 
a one-stringed violin -solo on the violin 
by Mr. BrownliiR, chairman. Chief Coun- 
lillor A. Menagh jMtlled upon Mr. Cole- 
Mian, of Ihe local branch, for a welcom- 
ing speech to t he honored y isltor. Mr . 
Vrthur "Wheeler then renTIered a very 
effective Irish lo've .song, which was fol- 
lowed hy the address of the chlercbun- 

clllor. , ^ ' ■ , 

-Jklr. Morris, in his tJpeninK remarks, 
said he .was more trTan pl(?ased with 

-^boa-nti-ftrt Victoria." ^ — -• 

l.-raiornal Insurance, Mr. Morris said,' 
was one of the greatest bene fits of tlie 
age, for It had proved lis^vului^tff many 
thousands The total membership of tho 
r O. C. V. was a6.M«-*nd rapidly :gEQj*ti^ 
nis; 2,6Rt applications were reeeive<l the 
first six months uf the present X.ear. 
There were 620" councils in the order In 
eaiiada. to which territory the order is 

exclusively . jijpjjf jn.ed. The Aotal re 

ceipts In the Insurance fund since organ 

Tzatlon are $3,891,084. while death claims 
to the amount of *3.064.0St , liave been 
in-omptly paid, thus leavinK a balance of 

$027,000 In the Insurance fuhd "' 

sick benefit lut; 1 

I over $nO,000. 

Mr. Morris hoped mai ai im- cunlt-i 
ence to he helfl In Toronto next year 
Victoria would be represented, as he 
said the people of the East were anxious 
10 get Into touch with thpse of the 'West, 
lie also urged the ladie»-t«-»Be th»lr 

I litTHun.sive powers to Increase the mem 

i bership of the local council, whoso mom^. 

I bership now stood In tlie iielgliborhood 

I of 60. , 

Mr. Haworth then ; . '^ •■! the gather- 
iiiK with some splendid Imitations from 

I ii < farm, and told many h.urhordus tales, 
.if wlilch were thoroughly enjoyed. 
1 )ie Parfitt Quartf>tte rendered Men- 
delssohn's '"Departure" v.-ry beautifully. 
A vote of thanks wn^ mo\'ed to Mr. 
Mrtrrls and those who ki -lated In 

the programme. 

Kefreslunentp were then stryi-.d and an 
opportunity afforded members to meet 
their executive head, after which a most 
enjoyable and instructive evening was 
brought, to^-*-ot<»s»-wt t h t he singing 'f 
i'-'Auld; Lang Syne."-- ->^._>^— —,— .. 



"lA'T'aTe pk-;isc(l to aniuiuncc tiic arriva 
JJnc (if new Fall and Winter Suits. 



1 of a 
These 



whtie the- 

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Sample 
i:ttTly^caTiTc=in %T1^ '-'■—■ 

Our advance showing, of the separate Coatjinfj.- 
Skirt, coupled with the arrival of this sample line of 
StTrt5m,Yill give yon a pleasing pastime for ^veek•end 
iip-pcrtion. , 

The chief chafacteristic of the Suits are tlic 
--Sfrorr, snappy, straight-cut coats. Rough eloth^ 
are theiavorite materials; also Fancy Serges liroad- 
cl<ith< and Chcviotsr— • r^ 

skilful 



Diversity is supplied 
use of pleats, controlled 
-skirt bands or hy the c 
scantilv-cut skirt flounces. 



,n the sfcirts by the 

l)v horizontall}- i)la red 
lever arrangement of the 



shdW' 



The qualities represented in this advance 

■)()lti uncommon and superior, as nut '.nih- 
tlow displax' mday will show. 



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LEQAi INTELLIGENCE 



BASEBALL RESULTS 



Northwestern. 

R. II 1-; 

Vancouver 4 ij • ; 

Tacoma— r-T^ 1 ..J .1 

Batteries: iCrickson nnd.LewlB; Mc 
Comment and' felankcnshlp. 

Spokane ,1 ; • 

Seattle'.. ..,.....:.. .8 8 
Ciiib Standing 

Won Lost . 

Spokane .. 59 '46 

Vancouver '•" -Ifl 

Tacoma ■■■ ■■•> 50 

■Seatpe .. ■• .40 ' «■< 

Coast. 

R. H. 



. Before Clement. . I. 

In re King Solomun Copper MlnJnB ' 
-^^.Shandley, eX parte, was Riven leave to 
file a mortgage, notwithstanding that 
the statutory time had elapsed, but pro- 
vision was made., .as under the Bills of 
Sale Act. protecting anV Intervening 
rights which may have arisen. 

Federal Life v. Bant ley. -^ Leave was 
given for the sale of certain real.estate^ 
Luxton. K. C.. f' r f":" .n;ip1Icatlon^ C. L. 
.Harrison, contra. 

.Re e.states oi .1. .). iiHiber, deceaseil, 
and C. W. McKenzle, jfleceased.— Orders 
for probate were grant'ed on the applica- 
tion, of Ooward and Child respectiy'ely. 

In re Iteming et af.-rBradahaw was 
given Icaie tlo file a new plan of sub- 
iBTVtSlon ot «iertttin real estate. . 



GREAT 
-fURNITURE 






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Vernon . . . . 
L.08 Auteles 



Oakland 

r"rf!:uu.l . . _^ 

fc..tii I'ranciaco . . . . - . ■ ■ ■ 
Sacramento ' . , , . . . . . ■ . .1 
Callfd end 18th, darkness. 
American 

rjQli'Vclana ...,..,.,. 
N . 

Philndelpiiia^ 

rhlcago • 



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Before Lampman, Co. J. 
K, 'ft. Stewart & Co. (execution credit- i 
ors) V. wiUhtm Trinder (jcxecullon debt- \ 
on ; Hilda Cooper (claimant) and F. It.' 
Stewart and 'co. and V. Q. Richards (re- 
i.indents). — >Vli,,llam Trinder. proprietor : 
1: the Windsor Cafe In August. 1909, sold ■ 
hip business to one W. H. Harrison, who 
ottUtted^ to take the statutory declaration 1 
imder the provisions of the Bulk Sales j 
Act, 190S, In .November. 1909. the ^ 
Slieriff, under an execution against Trin- 
der. at the suit of the Pioneer Coffe, 
(ompany, seized the goods transferred 
.j4»v_TFlnder^-.to— Harrison, contending that i 
Pet. the omission to take the. declaration! 
561; above referred to rendered the sale j 
537ltO Harrison fraudulent and void as 
514! against the rredllors of Trinder. and 
ttuii , the, goods purported to h^vc; been 
ti'.'insferred were still In law tfie goods 
of' Trinder. Interpleader proceedings 
were commenced, but Trinder paid oil 
the.J.udgment, In .'June. 1910. the s'her- 
Iff attain seized the goodsj on an^ execu- \ 
■ sued nt the suit pf l•^ R- Stewart 
.ipnlnst Trinder, a sfml'l.ar conten- 
uifj set up. Interpleader proc(jcd- \ 
IMC commenced o'n behalf of H.-ir- 
1 ..-.ui:. but durinK their ptmdlng, Harrison 
sold the business to Mrs. Hilda Coojier. 

The proceei'tncu u ,-•■.•■ .IlKrnnl lunr.!! and 

a now api>l 
' '"<>per. 

lividcnce and nriftnnenl were ronclud- 
and ludgment reserved. 
Hanington for l.". II. Stewart &. Co.; 
,,...>"liv (Lowe with him)- for ' Mrs. 



OUR WHOLE STOCK IS A FIXE COLLECTION OF REAL BAR(;.AINS for 
ihc careful furniture buver."'T^:t"l1ie- merely made to sell variety, but real subst.intial gopd- 
valuc-for-the-nmney kind. Everv article reduc.'.i m pn.v. Our stock is hv:-v and includes 
Furniture for the Parlor, Dining Room, Bedroom. Hall and Kitchen. \ou gci a choice ot 
latest and best styles^ at very low prices. Ourguaranlec, "Co^uls as represented or monev 
refunded," protects yOu absolutely. Country ordens packo! .1 
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IRON and BRASS 
BEDS 

W'c are showing a beauti- 
ful array of High Grade 
Beds, at all prices and in all 
sizes. ''Handsome all brass, 
full sized F^cds of pretty de- 
sign. 
Clearance Price. $23.00 

Afull line of Bed Springs, 
Pillows, Mattresses, etc., in 
stock to choose from. 



SMITH 

{420 Douglas St. 



PARLOR TABLE 

High Grade Mahogany 
Parlor Table, selected wood, 
l-olish finish. Round 28-in. 
top, pedestal, .style bas.e, 
beautiful design. 

Clearance Price, $10.20 

Same T.'ihle also in golden 
".ngli.'^h finish. 



and 



arl\' 



< illirr Tables from $1.70 up. 



HANDSOME 
SIDEBOARDS 

imperial Golden Oak. fin- 
ish, British plate bevelled 
nnirror. 14x24! Two drawers 
for cutlery, etc., with large 
I'upboards beneath. Top is 
iS.\44. This is a real good 
bargain at the regular price, 
$i7.(X). 
Clearance Price, $13.60 
Manv dcsiLTUs in stock 




& CHAMPION 

The Better Value Store " Near City Hall 




vntir cohimns. 

\u (.0 til"! II 

I, M,\MII.To.\. 



National. 



CQR^££_E§3:. 
-itiiated onTy one block from ili- Dougla 

N\il!i weil fmished Cottage.' .\ l)argain at . .,$050 

.\ sinall ca;sh payment can handle ihi^. 

BELLEVILLE STREET CORNER 

66X120, -with bnildiug,H'inc~locatinn. For furtlicr partienlars 
cair'at — 



619 Trounce Avenue \ 

( iffiec ripen Evenings. 8 to <; p."i- J 



!■ ir.si ' ^ ' ■ 
I 'iltalinrg 
I'liiladelphiH 
' Second Oani- 
Pittsburg .. 
PhlladeUdiiM . . 

First .Ga.iuc 
Cincinnati . .' . 
-Boston . . '. . • ■ 

'Second (lame- 
Kustou' ... . . ■ 
cancinnatl .... 

Rrooklv!! . . . . 

'St Loul'i .- .. 

Chicago . . . • 
Kpw York- ^i . . 



SIR WILFRID MAY 



LETTERS TO THE EDITOR . 

Aljo'ii't SXrTtc'trtcrK: 

'•:ir In reply to your editorial note to 
. ly l.tifr th'lH niortilng. will j<ou excuse 
ine for pointing out where the it- tier,, and 
- ,„ir editorial of l.'rlday last do nrjr^crv^ 

I Ide," and. ergo, cannot be "Identical?'' 

ai ,vou kindly compare the dates given 
Hi leai'Jj ^»nd Hhe age of St. Patrick 

It may Interest-your correspondeht to 

! now that "Bartimvern. Tnberhhni'" .(St, 

I'rttrlck'B birthplace.), Is Identified by 

tnrtlitlon w«h-i«Hf«4t?takr-»«-KwjKibartani 

'shire. _ , T. H. K. 



\'\Avv.i-H and spectators congratulate 
the management of tho Victoria lenni.s 
club on the splendid arrangoinents 
for this yeafs lourn?y, They leav.^ 
little to be desired. 



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Should Aavfirtlse 
-F.nclosed ' is Nomeijlifil 



LAY CORNER STONE 



t4jr: ^Fiiiclosed itf Honiejj-niii In lino 

tWTOV'wmtr.llftnrhnve been s.nylng of late 
nlHi-ut onr Gulf Ishindn: 

1(7. t Ac launch. College Widow.- the 
,,„,...,.s ^llouUl-.afL«£rtlse. their tlmf trilde^ 



Premier Will Be Invited to Officiate 

At Start of New Y. M. C. A. 

Building Here 

lOffiirl^t iiin i".iiiK iiiiiilo iin till- part 
of the building commlllcc of the Y. M. 



I is, ■>..in' paper." .- ' ■ - 

iliid I knov<-n their times ('..r cHllinK, 
they would have hsit several pan.ieiiKers 
already from Kulford from my family 
nlone. etur present service. Riving only 
from KridBv to Monday morning io Vlc- 
toriii, per lioiuols. leave."! m\i>h to be de- 
sired, so the new boat deserves our.cus- 
tom, Ifrffey will only advertise and keep tton. 



Deafness Cannot be Cured 

by local .nindlrallons, as they cann..i 
r^«ich--th.e...cyse.ased_iiorUon_oXJhe.ean 
There is only one way to cure deaf-- 
neas.and that Is by constitutional 
remedies. Deafness is caust^d by an In- 
flamed condition, of the mutcuous lin- 
ing of the Ktistachlan Tube. When 
tills tube is Intlnmed- yon have » 
rttmhling sound or imixTfect hearing, 
•md when U Is entirely closed deaf- 
ness Is the re.sult, and unless the In- 
ilanimatlon ran be taken nut and this 
mbe restored to its normal condition, 
hearing- W.U1. he destroyed forever; nine 
' c»?.>-* out of ten are caused by fntarrh. 
whlich is nothing but an inflamed con- 
dition of the mucuoiia s faces. 

We will give One Hundred Dollars 
for any icase of DeafncsR (cnused by 
catarrh) that ciinnot be cured by 
Hall's <'ntarrh Cure. Send for clrcul&rs, 

K .1. CHIDNEy & CI)., Toledo, O. 
Sold bv drngglff«, Tf.r. 
Take Hall's Family PlHs for constlpa- 



LEMON GONNASON CO., LTD. 

Phone 77 P. O. Box 363 



We can supply Just what you want In lumber, 
.teamed slash, grain fir and the latest In front 
flush duor« they are beautiful. 



saan and doors, 
doors. Iloward'i 



Nothing purer or better made than 




Milk Chocolate Sticks,, Medallioim, 
Croquettes, Cream Bars etc 
you tried Mapie^&udsP 



THK COWAN eo. UMffflO. 



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VICTORIA DAILY COLONIST 



I Thura<Uy» August 4, 



1910 



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The Daily Colonist 

r>oll\ered by carrier it 50 cents P*' 
month. If palct 111 aavaiicf: 60 c,eius per 
month if palil aif tor tho . 10th - or eac;l> 
month. Mailed, postpaid, to any part 
of C'anailfi. exoKpt tiu> city or suburban 
districts, which »*•*> cov.?red by our car- 
riers, or tli,a United IvlnKdom at iho 
toUowlntf rales: 

One Year '. ■ - . 

3tx Mentha 

Threo Months 

Iiondon Office, 90-92 Fleet 



$5.00 '. 

2.50 

l.'i5 
Street. 



Thursday, August 4, 1910 



AN UNREASONABLE. COURSE 



Wfi are unable to understaua why 
our eA-eniug: contemporHJ-y should say 
that It Is announced that as soon as 
sutv^ej':a„,j;Qr,, Jtlie. CanacUan Northern 
aro completed, ^vyork wlH^e begun on 
Vancouver Islaii(J,"'\vttoTr"tlvr"aTiiiWJW^ 
moMt was that"th"'c~r6fnpany^sTeB£ry~^^ 
)„>cr1ii a.s .smui .1 ihe government ha? 
luissed upon ihoir route plans. No poa- 
.slble good can come of such misrepre- 
sentation, but harm may result be- 
causeTT'iF TKe~ riatura-r tendency nf 
Kuch obseVavtlons to lead doubts to be 
cmtertefhed as to the Intentions of the 
company. We think our contemporary 
ought to, remember that there are many 
persons who in passing through this 
city ara4i«re-only a,t a time when the 
evening paper is issued, and-tlHUwheji 
they read statements to the effect that 
the Camidian Northern Is ^aurning: a 
cold s honiaef - tu H ln roa ver rsiand, 
they are not unlikely to believe It, for 
they would not suppose that such a 



witx^ simply mlsunderstootl and were 

at heart 'ail they "oliIlir"io:-^<S, Tt^'lsi 
riotabltt-thut uuirdorora and eapeciaUy 
murderers pt. womou are znost com- 
mutily the r(rflplenta of theiie expres- 
sions of ailly Hentlmentality and that 
the perttons from whom the expres- 
sion.s u(Ojne are usmilly women. We 
suppose this Is because It^ia' exceed- 
•ingTy'difflctiTt^for a %Vnman to believe 
in ' auch'^'ptissioiiH as suiMi <'rlnn-.s i.'all 
for, and because, their aymprttliy is 
imt alwMv.M roius:)nlnK- ip. its lU'tiofl, 
Hut wlKU.-wr uiay'.be the expl-a nation 
it is, in .suclv..caap8.:^\ery j:reatlx , nU^ 
plai'Od *nd Isvery' likely to prove ex- 
coedliigly mtsL'hievous. 

MR. BOURASSA'S VIEWS 

Mn Henri Bourassa publishes In his 
pffp gfTTO De\jolr, a «igfjjed two column 
(Sucle 'under' the caption: "The" Can- 
adian- French and the llnity of the 
Kmrirc" \\"r note first that Mr. Bour- 
assa . ■anadian-Prehch"; • but 
when, ho speaks of English speaking 
Canadian'^ h.- cnlla them Aiiglo-Can- 
adlans. : ■ that ho means no- 



the 

t brought thi^ 



m 
Joiiniey li-> 
i>r."TTeserli)tivo ai 
IwImh.I' .wua anc.'lhor 



in 
One 



thing by iiut employing the c.xpre&sion 
.Fr ench- C ana dians, but Ijor so pro- 
■ n ouTOe d -a- ^an adlan r-t t -se eroa odd thi,u 
he should .iiave maffe . "P'rench" the 
noun and "Canadian" l^^ir,ttdje,ctlve, 



After stating that the loyaltj' of the 
French elemeftt 6£ the population 
j-ests primarily iSSBB::;^* faith that ha.s 
been kept by Great Britain in- respect 
ita the engagements entered into after 
what he- calls "the -conauest,' 
bellet that the peculiar lnstltut!'>ns m 
Quebec are' saftir under --ttrtr "BritiBh- 
tlag than they would be in annexa- 
tion with t^e Uni ted States; Mr. Bour- 
arsa say a: 

"I nkiy be- "permitted to repeat in 
substance what I sa id agme-ye ars ago. 

CanaHlan- 



In Canada. Mr. Ewan was "Ka'^'I^J 

direi'tly affected I 
by thT; strike, interviewing t^'^^ "^r'*;;; ! 
leaders as woll as the cnal oP^'^t rs ; 
and, as usual; hl« leUers woi« the 
most illuminating and iiv ormlng ox- i 
position of the syholo iroubliv ^ .^^ - '„„! 
llo hud H<Miw.-.M"»«lnK '?Xl'e''';»,V':«l' 
at-this time, l.oth ."ft<1es on bis "' '^^ ! 
aim the coal roKlon rwvrdlnK ■ m ; 
with some suspiolon and/ liuvlng mm | 
wati;bed by det,ttiv.'s. It was ""t ""' | 
til ho cnvlnovd thvn, th''^, V,'\, ;';%,": 
nowspaliennan that tho„boll<'l that tit 
was an .•ml.s.'^.ry trying •'' f"^^ '^Vh ' 
satiafaction in llu; ranks of the faim- ; 
fill on both sldos pa.sard away. A- 
N.'wfoundland and a series. 
rtU-loa vcgariUnif that 
of ^UV. , l':wan»' 
spo.'ials for Tho Globe. lie. made fre- 
(luont trii.s to WaMhington and-otlur 
lT,,,it,.d Slate.s c-itles '»nd, .■entr.-..s for 
tld.s newspaper. dcallnK with iiolitioal 
oanipiUKUS and other movomeius Iher.-, 
Including many meetliiKs '■' \'VVi " 
Stales mannfacturersatul other MnUM 
where the QU'-stlon of reojprocliy ot 
closer trade relations wltll Canada 
some other form \yere di.'?o,,u,.s«ed. 
of his last serlos of artUU;s Written for 
The Globe had to do with tlio question 
of viadlucts. and in ooun'fctlon • wtthr 
this he again ' travellod ■ e.^tensivo y , 
ovor ihe line, gatht-'rliig much, -Valuable,! 
material In many eltios-and town.s. j 
In Ottawa, Mr. ICwnn was a well- [ 
Upown figure, and during the sossions , 
of Parliament- was one of the most | 
welcmnc of the members of the f ress , 
Gallen^ .He w^sis frequently there as i 
tho. representative -of The (>lobe ed - \ 
torial staff, telegraphing his editorial.^ | 
.i*«yt from the rarliament bwlldiuus : 
from' day to day. He was well ac- i 
(puilnted with aU the Cahinfi^, M nl.s- j 
ters and the leaders of the Opposition 



statement wo^uld be rnade in a Victoria, 
paper unless there were grounds for 
It. Our contemporary knows perfectly 
well that there are- no grbiinda - for 
any such statement, for It has pubiis'h- 
ed facta to the ctjntrary in lt3 own 
TTews columns within a day or two. We 
have i^ot the-least desire to dictate to 
anyone else how a i>aper ought to be 
cond-a-t.^d. but we may plead for a 
Bci. sponslbillty on the part of 

thtosc Who have-t^e chance ofxETKrh-. 
incc th'^ public ear. It is not difficult 
r.se that the publication of car- 
too) s prejudicial to the Island's inter- 
est.- and favorable editorial .qomment 
Mfcrton may have a prejudicial effect 
upon the minds ot persons contemplat- 
ing InveStrnent here, because they 
woutd assuredly think that there rhiist 
Iw' .*nme foundation for auch ' an idea 
'local paper would not give It 



The attachment of the 
French tw Great -Brlta4n iS-tadax_coTTlrJ 
post-d of lesteem and mistrust; and the 
remiTv^'Trcffroi'tTa'tr^f ~t^ ^^° ■ ^*" " 
timerits vai-ies according to^the meas- 
ure' of gfood faith evidenced' by the. 
English-CanadiansTwitf i||^« *ft ;" 
flbctuates In a mann er CQP^yy to ag- 
gressive imperialism.' , •, ' 

Mr. Bourassa tellsniB that In a few 
years the _Angio-Saxon element will: 
be in the minority in Canada; In twcn- 



publlcity, 
that, 80 

Btwulder to Vancouver Island, the 
Canadlnn Northern, intend*, to • build 
luuny more, mllca, of ralTway'Tief e "I'han 
their existing t with the g ov - 

ernment Trails ; :., * to do it at'TKe 
earliest i).J88ible day. 



ty years he says the groat' agricultural 
provinces wULJk;ja««ikd_by,in^ 
a<)lutc majority of people of alien 
stock, and he, doubts If this majority 
will be. moved by appeals based on the 
flag, the crown or the .grandeur of the 
Empire. He" thinks the Inevitable ten- 
dency will be towards the absorptlo'n 
6f Canada into the United States, and 
tella us that the resistance will come 
chiefly. from the Cartadian-Frchcb. He 
says ) that alreadr Montreal ;l8 more 
American than Quebec, an^ Tprontio 



The truth of the rnatter Is 

far 'TfQm""tirrn!gF°^'^gq^^4i n ui' B Am e i - ic an than ail<)ntreal. He says 



SILLY SENTIMENTALITY 

In-. Crlppen'8 wife was- missing; 
what is said to , be her body, much 
dismembered, has been found; he went 
into hiding «l!th a gttl; he fled from 
the country taking the" girl with him 
disguised as a bov and Iwth Of them 
under assumed names; he was afreBt- 
ed pn. the- charge of .murdering his 
Tf fused, even to deny tbe 



teem. 
»a y ' 

cffft-^ 
isutjh 
time! 
' woifld 



W 



such things gr 
company 1 UK i' 



wlfe«'"and 

charge. Nevertheli^ss a number of peo- 
ple ;ln England^have telegraphied to 
him that they ^eeohv-inced' of .^ 
innocence, and a ntimber of women in 
QueJbec bave been aej>dlng him flowers., 
< an anything b«ltt<9'e«lHy than the" 
.senOmentallty that- finds expresalon 
in this way. Everything that •Crlppen 
has done indicates gyllt. If he has hot 
donp anything el*e,he'ls concerned In 
Bonre way with the death of ,<oh6' Wo- 
man—and the ruin of another; for the 
l^tricve glri has certainly had her life 
apoued. Ho ls.r?veir If: Itinocfent of 
murder,' a man Of ah ix.ceedlng- 
]y ,(>b.lectlonable type. , If he Is not a 
<rliiii I of umiommoh' brutalUyw, he 
is a thoroughly bad rnah: Yet such a 
man Is the reclq>ieiit_ of unsplitelted 
demonstrations of s-ympathy and, es- 
,', cr Hi •it ihf roloniHt can 
.-iJlte.^t 
lie people who have made 
Mbiiion' of maiidiln sciv- 

■ !■ . 1 It 

ry,'ii.i. i'.i.-.ioL ,.iJiic st<Jl'y ■ !i.ii. 
broadcivst wlthiout'ac-. 
witi,' .10 ' expression ot 
detestation ' " -^TTTtr-H whioh 
prompt H it 

VS'i 
for V ( o^,■ .1.. '■'■ ' '■-''•' 

AVo. believe 

yaw (more a.s dolofirtJUii ritUu'r 
fi« ptjpilshment; h\i\ all th<- 
effect of penalt 

Tieoplfi slop over uom -im2pLa.'-uU. . aj lu.:;. 
pathy. Crime should !>K made appear 
343 horrid, not 
-weakness' that 
i t is po ss Ujl^ that 

not haiYfr(n]iy appreciated the aia- 
tore >aM" ' cirnaetjuenoeti- of. . hia.^ AOtu 
I'xtibaljly no criminal .«»*«»«— 4oes fully 
appreciate thcse^thittji^si If he did he 
■^^M-nild in nine cases out of ten not 

),.. ,, i rioiiii.i:. The-stut- 

lindt e;xpr<-8Sion in. thp ,,oonnnissa>n oi 
.;rime Is' almost ntways artlllclal. ^ In 
l,.ther wor.l ' works himself up to 

,),,. , , : iry j.>ii.v;)r., ^^■'''' 

li.ip i, lone- -hA-.m*.'- 

i-AKi-ot. ospecttitiy 11' he 
out and Is called to i.. 
(luences f>j>,»>>** «""^- ^^ '' 
r.-K'-'d nothing should .bi- > 
ben it. That may '*"ond • 
Is not half a» cru ; > 
oi treating crimin.ii 



That Vtclofla has m6re In common 
with ean Fran cisco, than with Ed- 
montoh. We quote igafn: 

•'Tflday more/ Jthan 'ever, the - Cttn- 
adlaih»Fceneh^^nd thQae^- new cnme ra^ 
the I^nch, 6«iJglanB and S'wlss, whom 
they can -assimilate through iaiiguage, 
are the true cons'ervers of moral and 
l!(0liUcal unity te Canada, the surest 
chamiploha. unconsclotie perhaps of the 
English prown. upoh' the American 
continent." 

Holding such vietira wi^ ai^ not mr- 
priswl to find >Ir;^~BDuraiiaa contend- 
ing that In what is denounced as 
"Nktlpna-iism"; 1168. ,the only hope of 
the preaervatlbjj of British poweir on 
this;-wntinent. These Views are of Ifi- 
tei'est', coming as, they do, from one of 
the- mc>rt j^ro i tij i inerit of thff_' yoqnger 
school of what wet shall ' continue to 
call French-Canadians. They 'may re- 

Ktrhlfch lack 



(both prior ta and after the accession 
of the Uberal party into power), and 
with a d^ost of the private .RifilDiiers- 
The facta stated in this sketch have 
an interest^ apart altogether from the 
story that they t.ll! The man behind 
-thc^newspaper is usually lost sight of. 
No one so completely effaces himself 
as the true journalist. He niay become 
more or less conspicuous ~Trr"^ther di- 
rections, but In the newspaper he 
1^^.,., _ V ■ p<— '-"nallty concealed as 
mi He makes Tepnta^" 

"nbna for otherii wl^h never a thought 
as to htmsei7^"nFT^^abbr5 for the pub- 
lic gw)d, as ^e sees if, expcctiiig no 
reward except hia usually veri' mod- 
erate salary. He goes .where he is 
4H»n*,-Wke -a soldier on duty, regardless 
«f-lnconveHk-m;e. discomfort and risks, 
and he comes back to. the ofHce.and 
sits down to. his desk as a matter ot 
course to tell the story of what he has •■ 
jgeen-' or done, but a'wavs he k.-. ps 
himself out of the storyi-even th ' .i;h 
he may have played a lierolc ibart lu 
-M. : to-4Jti8 -city only a few days. agu. 
a reporter-had ah experience In tho , 
discharge of hfs duty that would have 
made a thrilling ,Ule If It had -happen- 
ed to any one else; but nothing wa-s 
said of It. It was ail in the days 
-work. Perhaps the newspaper man's ' 
work may he, aa Mr. Euan's of lat*' 
was, the writing of editorials. Then 
he must absolutely cooppal. his per- 
sonality. He may, as The Globe says, 
ot the deceased gentleman, have writ- 
ten thousands of editorials, but it wa? 

received 



that 



not he but his paper— -. , 

credit, for ^he thoughts or the infor- j 

'.iiULilixauiQMainedJn!hejP.--.Then.wh^^^^^^ 
the end cothes the short story is told 
and -the public leartis that there has 
feir"Tfoihg hr TCTtdT^t among them 
every day one Avho hftn ! been ■ llen tly 
And unobtrufiively writing hl.story, 

'moulding public opinion or determin- 
ing the policy bt the state. 

Th« teiPPrt as to labor conditions in 
Victoria AS set out In the lAbor Gas- 
ette fol- July 
prejseuts a 
ttal account of conditions here. 



Is , very . satisfactory and 
verjr^nruthful and Impur- 



celve further consirtera 
of apacp forbids today. 



The- very \^rgo attendance of elv'll- 
lana^ithe funeral of Captain Blllston, 
notwlth8tandlng7thi fact that It was 
held iJut of town, Was cloqueiit tesLl- 
mony to the high estee m In w hi ch h e 1 1| 



vfiiil^l^ by tSe coniffuinity. 



tHC LATE JOHN A, EWAN. 



y 



I ntcrea'ting news, and" news wvluch 
bear«.x)Ut. the prophesies that marked 
the announcement 7of the coming 7 to 
this island of Messrs, Mackenzie & 



'wii-o v>ry out 

li--,:- of I'rime 



made 

of amiable 

...1 V...,.'. ,1 ji. 



f - — — ^*.., — ^ — . -.-■ 

The Toronto Globe chwmlelw th* 
death of Mr. John A. Ewan, for many 
years associate- editoi* of ttet paper. It 
glvea a long and .appreciative sketch of 
hla personality and career, from which 
■rtre subjoin an extract ' 

Born in Aberdeen. Scott<ind. Id 1864, 
Mr: Ewan came to this country with 
hia pnrcTrtS-as a boy. and completed 
his education In this city, where ho 
ma<le his home up to the lime of hla 
death. In Toronto he received- his 
first lessons in the art of. printing, 
having learned to set type In The 
Clobf office. -In 1879 he berame a' 
member of the reporting stalT <jf Th'- \ 
Globe, btit later \v<^nt to Thr Mail and i 
Empire, then. The Mail, and became] 
resident eorroapondent at Ottawit for 
that paper. It was at thi.s j.erlod tliat 
hT3"-wbTk began to- bpsir ftiat- distinc- 
tion that placed him anions the fore- 
most of mcmhel^s of the Canadian 
Press, for it Vimliined with fairness 
and accurao^ the touch of gen- 
ial personality and a l)rlghtnfiS8 of 
style tkiit were ever Us characterls- 
tic8>^.ater he became an editorial 
•wrfter on The Toronto* W4,rld, but 
;!ws44n-l»»a he returned to The Globe 
and ' rf'^ained to the end connected 
with the editorial staff of this paper, 
1- fu>rly a.s Associate Editor. 

or The Globe Mr. Ewan not only 
,,,,a.- ihoiipantls of edilorl.als of • a 
T,oi' Iftf general character. , out 

he . .,Teat doat of specldl work, 

in the carrying out of which he added 
to the distinction he had already 
i won. One of the earlier of those 
specials was a ser'*" "' letters,^ pub - 
lichen TrrtttPt, Of life ■ iiulitlona 
in th« Province of Q ' 'e whh 

ar the" froii'f:' for -The i.e.oe m the 
.Sl>anlsh- American war. being • present 
at ;■ ■ I lie of San Juan. He also 
rr, I The Globe, with ,Mr, 

.Freiio! ILK .Hamilton, jri-'^ba B"'" 
Mr. 'Ewan 

was with the arttilory and 
troops: 



Mann, la that which we print on our 
first page this nrf)rnlng relative to the 
option on the pacific Whalirig com- 
pany obtained, by the enterprising em- 
pire builders referred to. The whal- 
ing industry has been wonderfully w- 
developed fay the gentlemen who form 
the company at the present time, and 
It is a foregone conclusion that Messrs. 
Mackenzie & Mann, with the" immense 
capital they Will command, will erett 
u|)oh the foundationa^aa Ilrmly laid. 
■ •n in.losiir\ Huel, .'is Vancouver T.xbvnd 
.MacKeni'.' 

lio tilK tiungs u) a big wa;.. .■ 

annonneement means mmh to Van.nu 
ver lf<latul.- 



am 



THREE THINGS TO REMEMBER-ALWAYS 



istanr 



IdWt'St p 



first . last, always; 






—That Wciler Hros. is "The House ihal^'has the Goo(l>"' m 

_T/iat Wciler Bros, is "The House that Can anil Does" .sell at 

' Bros i. The Ihnise that offers tc. One ami Airnc.i.urnis, liberal, convenient ,. . . . 

rather liruad,'wi'-at.ehappyJ.o,:b:ejn a iH,>iti.ui u- prove tlicir Irutn. 

^N.nsirfcr^tioii you may, save yourself from deccptir.n. 



larc'cst nssortnvent and in all grades; 
prices consistent with <iualtl,\'. 

air. 



riiat U'eilcr tiros 

hik- ihe above three„assertions may 



at ti-r^t seem 
Sales" may tempt you at first thotmht, on second 



Todav Wc Give You Many Figures lo Choose From 



A <:laric'e*Tnio i mr 



i '.rough ton .Streef ^jvind. ■ 

,eye Maple, .'priceU.-a^f'-^.y^^^'* 

Gent's ChiHonief "^rr::'. 

Bureau ....*. 

Dressing Table 



1,' (if tk'drooni ['"u'rnitu're in f'irds-, 



1^50.00 

.4j^50.00 



Also Mahogany Sliitcs displayed m^our Brou; 



Bedstead 
Bureau . 



[■ 



5^65.00 

-, ('.,<tii:n<' 
ilK.- Kitchen 



Chiffoni^re . . . • 
Dresshig Table 

,. $12.00 ;oM 
: .Jlowing ciiO".. 



Sornnoe ■"• • 

Small Round Table ... . . 

Bedstead . . . . . 

'Ireet windows, ])ric(i' ■ 

$(J0.00 Table 

$ 10.00 ^Sornnoe 



$16.00 

$ir>.oo 

!$50.0O 



i^ 18.00 
if; 20,00 



H riutifn! Wftinipf D qsk marked at .^*>5-00. 



Kitchen Treasures, with two bitt»rT*s+r-buard and f|ra\ver^ 

' 7 .i?2.00 



at 



,.$8.00 



Kitchen Tables range fronf^a.as to 



Flat-Top Folding Tables frorn $5.ooto : ^ i^JJi! 

Kitchen Chairs at, from $1.50 to . '^"<^ 

HOOSIER KITCHEN CABINET 



,1 :,!,_. .'.-ll prw mi)ll\- appeal to :• <'ii : 
Kitchen Cupbo.ards ai ... .,. . . .......••• ••.•.• 

Glass T^p Kitchen C.djinei:s^^^iddeaJii:>iini^.x^ .^IS-OO 
Kitc-iMMv-Cabinets. in ii.itiir;.! ;na].!c finish at, each $30.00 
Kitchen Cabinets^ m^cher£y,iii3.ish, at 



$22.00 



The acme nf perfection in kitchen labor-saving 'l^^'^^^V/^^ '^'' 



inum top, which 1^ 



lai liwi. 



<-r 



vthing for the kitchen. Alum- 



CARPETS, OILCLOTHS AND LINOL 



Oil Cloth, in floral and block designs 
g^y ard, SQc to 



Iridvi. pt. r 



or par(.p'.' 



scpiare 

.:^o^ 

■\ designs, from 
,...'40^ 

' ' - . ;a-ioi»; 
SI. 00 



Art Cork Carpets, lu Uurai and solid cplors. The correct 
floor covering for nurseries and bedrooms, being perlectly 



hygienic- i*er -sqttartryard 



"^rinfea Linoleums; in floral, b1< 

(^oc to . . .'. '. ...'•• • 

Inlaid Linoleums, in tile, floral and parqtrc 
colors, from, per yard, =^! '<-' to ' 

' .CROSSLEY'S DIAMOND TAPESTRY SQUARES 



r-TT-T-i-* '•'-•' t ' 



Heavy^ork Carpets, laftrely used for hotel, restaurant, 
apartment ho,i-;rs and office buildings. Per yard^Si;35 
to 



$1.00 



12, at* 



13.6 X jao, at 



.S25.00 
$22.50 
$20.00 



1 z X t^...at . 
10.6 X 9. at 
9 X 9, at . . 



$18.00 

$16.00 

.$12.00 



Q{- course we 

chasahlc bv the yard. 



BRUSSELS SQUARES 

$37,50 

fnany morf 

ARTISTIC "BRETBY" WARE 



^''^^!?iJSK!2!'r^^:;"fjr;^n.ct:>l;r 



A,hTr»vs Pancr VVciahLs. imbrcUa Stands, TCjacco ,»ars. Flower Holders, Nut Trays, 
AshTrajs, paper VTciui ^^^^^^^^^j^^^^jl^j^^^^^^j^j.^^j,,grg5 - . 

.. .,- £ 'pfle»i'belaw, but ivicc, here «.«„ but Ut,le-yb« must see these articles to properly apprecatc 



their artistic''wQrth and the fairncs»7«f-tliese prices. ^_ 

Vase»--Wjth marm? '\^ew^^decorations,.,;at $1.25. 85 75r^ 
Vases— Big' choice o{ stylesand deeorations, at $3^ m' ^^ ■ 

Ash Holders^Teapot style, at"-. 7 ■ • " • • ' • '.^J . 

Ash Trays-^At 75c and^^. ' , :, ' •V'tV'^^ 

Tobacco Jars-.\ splettdid assortment ot.tUe^__a^^^^^^^ 



to , . 



WEDGWi 



BLUE J AS 



Nut Trays — At,^each ■. . .- 

Paperweights— At, each . . . . . 
.Hanging Flower Pots— At ... 

Flower Holders;;:jAt^ each . 

Lily Trays— .-^i*^ each-- ,.^,. . . . 
Umbrella Stands— From $8.50 



FA\ 



to 



LINE 



See Our Sp!e!nHd Kaiige ol Genuine Fieces 



-75<^ 

. .40c 

. .50C 

. 35c 

SI. 00 

$6.5tP 



Victoria 



• 1 1 •>'.... r,>.l" with imitations, and imitations are offered in some 

,torJ;*Wc "^^^^'^^^^T^^^^ bi GEk'oiNE. , B;^y'?i;e=,has the nime Wedgwood sta,^ped .cu same 
and' none are gcntiine without same, 
JugSi upright style, at from $1.50 



Jugs, Dutch shape at each. $1.00 and 
Match-Holders at, each. 85c and . ' 
Candlesticks at each, Si.75^t0^i v^ 

Pin Trays at, easJi .. ■ "-r''-f"^' 

Trinket Bokes,, covered, at each . . 
Portland Vases, priced from, each. ;, 
-Toothpick Hold' 



. .soc 

, . .S5c 

65c^ 

$1.35 



Brush and Comb Trays at, each ••/••■•••■ 15'nli 



«i»ii ,« »'.,«-< • • ' 



50<^ 
$1.00 

.$2.35. 



''•-^ « • • • 



$2.00 
. .. $4.50 
. .. .$2.00 
. $2,50 

$1.75 

....$2.50 



f'.lack lUsalt Ware 

productions.'" ■ 



Vases, priced at, each ..... 
Jugs, priced at. «ach, 75c and 
Cups and Saucers at, each 



Jardiniers from, each, $3.00 to 
Fern Pots and Lining at, each . . 
Chocolate Jugs at, each. .$'3.00 and 
Biscuit Jaxs at, each,, 93.50 and. . . 

Hot Water jiigs, iri'etat tops, at - . • • • 

Marmalade Jars at, each . . - . .,.....-. • . 
An-d Many Other Pieces 

Coffep Poti Sugarand Cream, .3 pieces §5.00 

Teapot, Sugar and Cream. ^ i^ieces . . . 

^-^- . . . , . All dn!' 



60<^ 
$1.00 



.S3.00 



*he- deed 
oiKnant 



+ti - fTie ' TaCfeT' 
the artillery 
Of txStli 'the Spanlsh-Aojeri- 



oraeMoe 



,.„,i M'"' Hnei' tvarft he hail a great 
fj,, ..te« and stories; g+nvc" 

mil, ' M the occafion of hlS" 

return from CublL. lie.. >va.s, jndiiced .Jo. 
«;I.vu a hct urn -.uA. .'.his .e.xporWinreB In 
■.•(a;sltiea of ToroiHrj, V**^ 

I i.ul that wa.s about ihe 

e.vLenL ui lii.s Iccturltig cinni,)aiKn.M. lie 
nlwavs declared that one lecture was, 
.rsi' than tvv(x.eanipHiii5iis. .^ 
UurirtK- the Id-g^ <Vat Ht-rlitti lii tlic 
anthrncite ndds of Pennsylvania sorne 
Veiir'* atriv. whlrb caused 8.i<»nt hard- 
Isblp .lilovcr the fnU.-.l S^tules and 



What we can -only VcKard as an •- 
trtn)ii' .■Mi"li<--'i'l'-»" "1' tlic' (Ttirtfln'- ' ! 
inli'. ■■'■' 

artBcn in Kautn Ainra, wihti- tin- I'wi-, 
onini (^^fflfo dlreqted th*j AcllnK-Qov- , 
eriV he was advised liy hip 

miinr-u.r.-,. . y.i thtit'lgh "■• "■-■ -lotng-he : 
was brefii'klng the law country. 

The Colonist need hardly tell its read- I 
crs thnt It is prei)ared to goayery long , 
way 1n f>u,v'!'i'ri. of tiic prlpcipJeo -of , 
democratic ffovernrnent ; but we thlnlc 
In thljS cage the Colwilal Of nee , ha.'- 
gone veri' much loo far. ' 

seemB to be a new thing i-'i^ i^li' 
Crown or Ub representative 1b bound 
to accept any adVlce wRTcli ItS'mlTi- 
lsterii for the ttm«b«iHi». may, ^tender 
If thte cjontcnllon ho]ds, the Ct ■ > 
may as ftell be abolished and all pow- 
airtttaj-aa W/ell lie left' in the hands r^r 
iQie 'pe^WPAwho for the time belnisf 
happettJto, *n^6y the support of thf 
majority br the elective b<j(5y. It Is 
true" that tfnder our system, a yf.\\w. 
150 vern or -general or a lu'utenww- 
governor must "a1iV«y^ mlnlBtr.\' 

VM t' 'will' ac cfe pft t h c TKf- 1 / ■ ■ u .H I h f 1 1 ty; ' n r 
h's acts; .but_lf tlie new doctrine in t" 
■prevail, he musistahd by and ace th. 
la-.vs ••>i the '."ountry .vioil>.t«d 'with im- 
puhirv and be w I tnortt remedy, Wr 
cur not 1ivUe\<' till.-. .Is the ron-A't m- 
tu'prctatiou of the Constltull&a. 






LIBBEY THE CUT 



Nappi.es from, each . ....... 

Bo wis^Gm» each 

Vases froni, each ;• 

Sugars and Creams, per pair 
"Water Jugs from, each . . 
Water B6ttl(B' fmm, cnch , 

Decanters from, e.iich 

Butter"D1§lTe5"frnftT,-cach : . • 
Compotes from, each _^._iL.t_- • 
Flower Baskets from, each' . 
Punch BowlsV sm|iir !si7.e, at 
Finger Bowls a 



*2.50 

$<{.oo 
i':^:j.50 

,$10.00 

S7-50 

,1?6.00 

.$10. (H) 

*.'>.oo 
s^o.oo 

$10.00 

$:>»o.oo 
$:i5.oo 



Ki^^^^^:, SUPREME 

Ice Plates aW^iur-du^i-cn 

Tumblers at. per dozen ...... 

Oil Bottles from, each 

Candlesticks from; each - • ■ 

Ice Tubs I'rotn, each 

Rose Bowls from, each • ■ 

Knife and Fork, Rests from, pair . . 

Loving Cups from - • ■ • 

Puff Boxes fr^ini, each . . : . . . .^ . . • 

Hair Receivers from — 

Large Ice-Cream Plates at . . . . . . . . 

Perfume Bottles d om • • • 



$45.00 

$30.00 

$3.50 

$6.00 

$15.00 

$7.oa 

.f4.00 

$16.00 

$9.00 

$9.00 

$15.00 

..$5.00 






I 



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Thursday, Augutt 4, 1910 



VICTORIA DAILY COLONIST 



> 



5 



/ 



If It's From the 

Montelitis ^iano 
House 

It's a Good One 
The Kranich & Bach, 
BroadWood, Bell, Haines 
Bros, and Chickering Pianos 
grace the studios and par- 
lors of the leading piano 
connoisseurs of every civil- 
ized nation. 

Any )f the abo-ve panics 
on the fall . l)oard q{ yfiur 
piano is not only a Guaran- 
tee of its Intrinsic Value 
wherever you max g"'- '"" 
enhances your taste and 
judgment in the estimation 
of your friends. 

Sold Only by 

MONTELIUS 

PIANO HOUSE. LTD. 



1 104 Government Street 



Corner Fort 



Tel. 



44 



SOCIAL ANDJPERSONAL 

Mrs. W. H, Wllkerson and farnily 
((have, returned from Shavvnlgat\ lake. 

. „» « »,. 

Cftptain GiiucJln went over to "Van» 
couver on the Charmer last iilKht. 

Mr. W. J. Goepel went uvor to Van- 
couver last nlKht pn a bifslnc«n trip. 

• « ■ 

Dr. and Mrs. T. 11. .lones have re- 
turneil from a vl.slt to Prince Rupert j 

. Mrs. \V|n. McFavvii and Miss Mc- 
l-''awn have left Jtur Eeattla on a visit. 

to*/ 

Miss Cummlng- of Bonnlnpton Falls* 
is viBltlng M'ith Victoria trieiids. 

• ' • '• 

Mr.'and Mrs. George Halse, of Van- 
couv£r...arfi_jipeAtll'AK, Jhe .week here. 

• " • t . „ . , 

Mi8.s Katie Uennett Is the guest of 
Mrs. Bruce Maclcedler Vancouver. 

!.!_ .-."w.." . V..—,- . ♦ » ■* 

Mr. N. H. Rl('h. of I.adner, Is visit- 
ing the eityi 

^ • * • 

Miss lOdlth Bayntun has returnod 
! from H visit with Kamloop.s rflativcs. 

• * • 

Mr. Kru.'st MilltT, M. V. V-, of Grand 
Forks, is visiting the Capilal. 



B. P. GREENE- 



Manager Victoria House 




Mr. W 
couver. 



Dobson has returned lo Van- 



Mr." John' AVatson 
New Wi'sttninster. 



has returned lo 



ls~ visiting 



win Inchido visits to New Yorlc, Bos- 
ton and other eastern cities. 

• « ' • 

Mr. E. H. H. Taylour in company 
with G. Jennings Burnett left the city 
yesterday for k nmuntain climb In the 

vicinity of Howe Sound. - 

• » • 

Mr. R. I'". Tolmle, deputy minister of 
mines, is leaving tom()rrow on_ an ex- 
tf-ndt'd ((Mir of the northern dfslrlfct.s 
of the province. 

• * • ;_. 

Mr. Vi". McMorrnn, of. /Broadway 
Kaat, Vancouver, haa been visiting 
Victoria friends for the past Eoveral 

days. ^ 

. • • ' • 
: M^ of Toronto, 

treasurer in the IDomlnlon for the jor- 
Jo; of the King'8 Daughters, has deft 

for the Ka'st., ' 

• ♦ • ■ 

Mr.s. J. W. t>elgliiiin, Mrs. J. R. 
Payne and Mrs. Yuehgiing wore arnoijg 
recent New Westminster ^■lsitors to 

the city. 

• • • 

.\lls.s .M.I I a was a Ir-iuii.s week g\iesl 
of her friend, Mi.ss C'ary, Vancouver. 

Miss, McMorran, of Briindmi, is 
siiendirig a fortiiiglil witli Vancouver 
Island friends. 

• ♦ • 

.Xir^iind Mrs. Peter, Peebles and Rev. 
J. S. Henderson, who have been visi- 
tors at the Capital for -t-he---i)-a8t- few 
daya, have iri inirM to N'rw VVi'Htmiii- 
ster. 



Cnrla, PuSs, Bra.idi 
Tranafontiatloiia In 
Styles at 



and 
aU 



MRS. KOSCHE'S HAIR- 
DRESSING PARLORS 
'Phon» 1J75 Douglas St. 



-T H E- 



Real Lace Shop 

Finest quality Iiand-made lace. 
By the yard and made up into 
all the prevailing styles. 

1214 Broad St. 



Mr. R. V. Thomp--5on 

CJimliaci.aB..4L __ _ 

— ~r"~:.„z^7 .:."'.*. * * " , ." 

MrB.J. R. Jackson and family are 
spending the summer at Midway. 

• • • , 

'ivlr. W. J. Roper has returned from" 

a visit to Merritt. 

• •■ * 

Mr. and Mrs. Wynn Meredith and 
the Misses Meredith are in the city. 

'. ♦ ♦ • 

Mr. and Mrs. J. B, ffgbgon are vis- 
iting" BafTtervITTe: — '—t— — --'■: ■-— ^_ 

• • • 

Mrs. George K. Robinson is \ i;dt- 

ing Mrs., J. J, :Bandoilpbi„Nejfc:i|v'egrr 

mlnste-iv——— —•-——' — ',■ . - •' ■ ^ 

• • ._•___ L r . 

.M:.<. Dalley has returned" from New 
Westminster, where she has been Vis- 
iting with Mrs. C. N. McDonald. 

• • • 

Mrs. Fitzgibbon has been spending a 
Sew days at Vancouver, the guest of 

Mrs. Tiffln.\. „_ . 

_ « . > • 

.^rrs. J. W. Kerr and Miss Kerr who 
have been vlattlng friends her© have 
returned to Vancouver. 



.Miss Troup, Miss Pooley, Mrs. Mac- 
Rae, Miss Green, Miss Marlon Duns- 
mulr and the J^isaeg Macdonald have 
returned froni Vancouver, where (hf>- 

wore tennis week visitors. 

■• ■ • • 

' The Right Rev. de Pencler, Bishop 
of New Westminster, paid a visit to 
Bishop Pcrrin yesterday and returned 
homo last night on lli- .-NMnier 
Charmer. 



Madame Russell 

shampooing and 
Manicuring 



.Mrs. George Powell is visiting with 
her sister, Mts. J. Pordhiam, .Vancou- 
ver. ,. .1..J . , ^^.__ :.,__. -..L. 

■•4 ' ■ .■ 

Mr. W. H. M. May, of Clt«nd| JPOrks. 
is enjoying a, well earned vacation on 
tlie Coast. , 

*. * •■:f'>,/ ■. 

A. Shuttlewqrth> «nd ftuaHr ot 
■ iiroT ^ 



and nil tclnris of hair 
ord. 1- 

716 COT7BTEHAT ST.. 



wni k made to 



PHOWE 1836. 




HARRISON HOT 
SPI^NGS, B.C. 

The. most noted summer resort 
in the Pacific Northwest. 

a f*lace for the 
c6nvalesce_nt 

Situated only '0 miles from the 
Coast umld unsurpassed scen- 
ery. Write for descriptive book- 
let and fates 

St. Alice Hotel 

Harrison Hot .'Springs, B.C. 



Mrs. _,-,^ _ 

Union Bay iare vlslldrs 
tal for the week, 



Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Fox, of Union 
Bay, have.returneAJiQme after a pleas- 
ant visit here. ' , .,, 

. .• ■ ■ ■■• • • i-\-.i''A . ■ 

Mr. and Mrs. J. T^ompsott.i^ft; y^- 
itlng friends at Mount'Pleasant, ■ya^- 
>couver. ' '" ,._..„.... - ' 



Mr. X A. BJalr of Kfe w We <itp>ln«ter 

has returned homcIJitt^g.a. titfOtt bttt 
pleasant vlalt here, ' • , • .. 

•■-. ■♦ •,■,•■' ■■' .: ':■ 

■Mra^ itnil'Mtea T^oat. of llwtr i^wi>t-J4nember 
minster, are the giieats (Jf the formerSa | compariied by the guide 



-Vlr. B. C. Walker has disposed' of 
his holdings _aji/}rand Pralrlo and , is 
spending a llttlqtime visiting Victoria, 
the guest of his brother, Mr. !■ 1' 
_W alko r,^^Dgna8 road. 

-•* Mr s . - G. Ij. Milne returned ye8toF-4- 
day from the east Whe»e she had been 
visiting friends for the past two 
months. t>ri her return she was ac- 
companied by her niece JVliss Claudia 
Hall who had been attending Hav, i - 
gal college, Toronto. ■ 

'~''~""*'""r-^'» '---•---- 

.Mr. W, A. Dler and his daugl.ii i 
-Miss Agnes Dier returned from the 
East a few days ago. Mr. Dler went 
as far an Montreal to meet his daugh- 
ter who has just returned from Gcr- 
- -many where she had been -studying 
music at lasWpsic for the last four! 
years, 

;: _J \ . . • • • 

Mrs. C. G. Henshaw returned to the 
city yesterday after havlnp spent a 
month at Banff and Lake Louise. 
During her stay she atended the an- 
nual camp of the Alpliie Club of Can- 
ada, of which society she has just been 
elected honorttry secretary. She was 
joined at Lake Louise on Saturday by 
Mr. Henshaw, who . was oh his way 
back from Eastern Canada, and who 
accompanied her to the coast. After 
«. short stay In town Airs, Henshaw 
will return to Glacier f>,. the rest of 
the suinriter. 



MIsa Flnlayson; former^- of Victoria, 
btjt who has for the past ypar or two 
been travelling in Europe, is spending 
-tht^-summer ItL the mo,uutaina..and^diir- 
Ing the last fortnight was in atten- 
dance at the annual camp of the Alp 7 
Ine Club of Canada, of which she is a 
Shfr-leftjj'i^ld yesterday, ac- 
Clauson Otto, 



Hister, Mrs. Charles Holrhes, 

: . ♦_-.ji — -»■• __ ■ 

.\lr. J. Ai- BalrldgiVW-Hamllton,' Is 
spending a fortnight In, th|» City, the 

guest of relatives, ' \. 

•MlSa' KenYiedy . la visiting In New 
Denver, the gueat-^ her. inotlier, Mrs. 

Thomas Avison. [ 

..■;••*. *L '■■;-..;-., ,• •■i-.. . ^ 

Mrs. F. B. kltto Win |»0t «»Mr«* itfc '^OiB Monday afternoon at Vti» Bt 



ion an expedition to the base of Mount 
Asslnlboin^, and may attempt the as- 
cent of that mountain. Nii.ss FInlayson 
has spent several settsonK4n the Rock- 
ies and is well knowiv In mountaineer- 
ing circles. She made a successful as- 
cent of Mount Stepi4*»"a;.J!oi«-.dai:.-i„b£iT-,. 
fore the openl?;ig of the camp ^1» Con 
solution Valley. 



home daya ' during August and_8ep- 
tember. • 

JSfirtBi^ l^' Houghtotli' Mtir. B. %arre« 
and Master Willie Warren are visiting 
In' Victoria for a few days." 

Miss Edna Pocock of Liondofl,- On- 
tario Is. visiting Victoria as a guest 
of Mrs. Milne, Plnehurst, Dallas road 

(apt. Worsnop left «ia ' ^ :Clj«ir- 

mer last night on a buslnea a trip -to' 

f-^'ancouver. 

! . ■.,■:, •„,«:,j 



.Mrs. John P. AtfaertWfl; fiforo Popt^^^li^t '»i!'"P>'»««" «P£."^,^" ^*}? '^^^^^ 




If Yoor Shoes Could Choose 

they'd quickly select 

PACKARD'S 

SIloe Dressings 

.40 kinds — all colors — for al! leathrns. 
The name "Packard'' is a positive 
Ifuarantee of a dre.";slng that Is mad* 
rifht — from A 1 materials.^- a dressing 
that will britig out the best that's In a 
shoe, both In look.s and v/ear. 



I land. Ore., is spending some little time 

jln Victoria. ' 

I . * .- '■.,■■ 

i Mr. Trevor Sikeerte Is a vlslt?)r in 
; town from Cowichan, and Is staying, at 
the i^almoral. 

,■,•*■,•■'■• 

.Mr. .s. c. Burton and ftuttily, a«(4 Jir, 
I P. Shackleton, from Kamloops. e^6 «h- 
' jf^ying a 1 holiday visit to town. '' ' 
■ ■•"••■• 
.1.': Bethune, of Vancouver, who 
has been spending a few days fn town, 
returned I; >me vesterday. 



Hpokaii 
are gti* 

visit m 


c, are NifcU'U'.s ' 
ists at the Drin' 

-» • , • 

.nifl Mrs. Groftoi 
IS ahd ,ate eii3o.A ir 

the city. 

- ♦ • 

i : .! Kaltson 
MS ii-1 1, oil a _alx 
' 'id Co.utrtryr — 

1 I.,andsberg 
' ■■'• Vancouv .. 
Mupl« of ^\ 


n' from 


Salt 

l:,v :' 


.Mr 

1 . 1 : 1 . ■ 

Mr 
h;r, 
wji. 


, of Victoria 
mnntlis' visit 

i 'l.-LUghtor 
, ,, ,ire they 
eeks at Capi- 



Francis hotel a quiet marriage was 
celebrated In the presence of only a 
few friends when Mr. W. Iver Emily 
was united to Ml-ts Amy Grace Farrar, 
youngest daughter of Mr. afliV-~Mr&. 
Frank Farrar, of .this city, ami jslster 
of Mrs. J. E._ Musgrave of the. St. 
Francis hotelr^rhe ceremony was con- 
ducted by the Rev. J. B. Warnlcker of 
the First Baptist church. The bride 
was given away by her father. The 
brldtigroom Is Well known on "the Pa- 
ri fl c c ' o ast and Is— m>w permanently lo- 
cated In, this city; beiftg-^Br-niemlwr-^of- 
the Glob^ ^Realty company. After a 



cities Mr. ajid Mrs. Emily wjlll return 
to Victoria and taj<e up thei^ residence. 



PROVINCIAL PRESS 

R fmdrka thffl Kamloops ■ Standard; 
"Rev. Dr. Spencer, referring to local 
option says that the temperance peo- 
ple could not get local option, legisla- 
tion from the government under the 
terms of the submission of the ques- 
tion. What Dr. Spencer should have 
said la that he «nd his friends could 



not get 
people." 



what they :>'■ 



•(1 <nr. froiTi ,tlio 



Service, 

'fSlei ' 



-N • > W 

past 



A Rotten Mail 

The mall clerks -on 
P. ,R. pxpress^oing west nep 
throw (»fr tTTe malT' "".*mckH Kr 
Michrl, and theyo"were carried 
anrF-retttmed <m 4a«t night's express 
paasirji? ensti- - -Ttiey' failed to take the 
mail for the weai.,JLQ0. The mall ser- 
vice here could hardly lie worse and 
unless, an Improvement develops' ."ioon 
we will demand an Investigation, — 
Notr Mirhri Pvcporter. 



for Your Shoes' Sake, Use 
PACKARD'S Dressing. 



At All D«atcr<; 
I.. ■. rACKARD * CO.. Umllfrt, MONTBfAL 



Mrs. D. S(ewart.#of i Yates street re- 
turri«'d-to the city yesterday after-. 
noon "fr^m tlie. Round, where .she hn . s I to 4|j«4att>4^ — ThJey, have 



Im'i-ii vls;tin,8: for, soine day.-^. 



.Mr. and Mvi\. WillUuii .\1 i.N.il ' are I IV 
\'iclorla for the tennis ' week,. . after 
which they will proceed to the Strath- 
cnna Hotel, Shawnigan Lake, ^wJiera. 
they will Mtn\- f'T \i-n (l;i\K. 



Mr, McBride Justified 
When Mr. McBride persisted In 
carrying to Westmln.«(ter his protest 
against the subsidy adjustment he waa. 
fler(,'cly reproached at Ottawa by mem- 
bers and supporters of the federal ad- 
ministration. One result o'f • tho 
course ^tiiken by this province was 
the , disappearanc-e of the statement 
that the readjustment wa,s "tlnal and 
Irrevociible." Now at. this later date 
cOmes a justification of Mr. iMcBrlde'a 
cour.sc . from an unexpected aunrter. 
. . ,. Speaking the other day—mrWlnnlpeg, 
.\rr.^-. MiD.nv.l! .uullir.,- daughter, ;g(j, vvllfrld rebukpd Mr. Robllnahd 
their many friends will lie Blad to, ,^,g go^,gi.ninent for raising the ques- 
.karn are greatly -enjoying their visit- j ^,^,0 ,;,f federal compensation or al- 

been, among inwnncna in respect to crown lands 



.Vir. and Mr.s. Juliii T'carsaji, frmn 
j Aberdeen, Scotland, who are touring 
I Canada, ai-e at present in Victoria, and 
i intend leaving at the end of the week 

I for Ciiwlrhaii and 'leL^hborhood. 

• ■'• ^ ♦ ' "' " 

1: J . . • Little, formerly .superin- 
tendent for* the Welllngtoii Colliery 
company, , ha ;.: iinived Ii(M-e from Cum- 
berlatid, an • 1 ' < 1 1'sJdetKse- 

In VietoVl.i 



btU^ 

:iiire 



i.hu'Bs in. Cork 
I London 



md Publln and 



lowancos 



conneced with tfie boundary exten- 
sions.^ ■ "Tho^ pfetnler, declared that at 
the cohTerence"'of 1!inT, ' firr^thcr renrt- 
justniont of subsidie.'t, Manitoba was 
11 ivarty to the settlerrieht? Sir Wil- 
frid pi-oreeded "Now if the province 



S,tock in Ani;ilKiun:iii<i Ucvelopinent 
Co., can be linrrhased V>y holders Of 
.N'opthern Oil (ind IiUernatUinHl Oil 
certificates of exchange for il.OO per 
(Share. Others cmi buy at $- 'm per 
share, iiiir val.ne $1,00, .Appl,>.' t-> Auld, 
Qwln & McClHrty, f.lS Hastings street 
Weat, Vancouver. • 



Mr.' John G. Wardrop of , London, 
Kngland ia a visitor in the ci'tv at the 
Kmpreas hotel. Mr. Wardro]) is a 
:^„-._l_p,*4l«j«,l--»tudwxt -o£-_Uie British Isles,, ,( M«nit(>b«»- wa.f.helng unjustly treat- 

aiid 1b Ifxiking over the coimtrj- as to ,,(j wh.Y did Mr. Campbell and Mr. 

p.-)!«sniilili<'.s in the irirrirpr.v line in this Roblln not do what BrUish t'tdutnbia 

cH.\. did and ask for more'.' That was tlie 



Provincial < 'mistable .St+wenson i>f 
Cumberland wns yeaterdny united in 
uiarriaKe in Sejiltle to Miss Gertrude 
Klrkman. Mr. and Mrs. Stevenson will 
lake a five weeks' honeymoon whlcli 



time. We passted In the house of 
ciimmiins a petition to the Imfieriiil 
government ir> put those new resolu- 
tions of oiiis in the form of a sta- 
tute. In other words we took It to 
the foot •! the throne. The act wa.s 



zB^~ 



..-,^^-A 



■' V 




Sale of Sateens, 

andCre- 




,>«rn.-,.,^,>.-'.. - 



Silkolines for drapery, in all color.s, figurecl and plafn. Regular 2GC, per yard 12><<^ 



Figured..^.tcens, in all colorsr— Regular 
2UC and 25c, for; per yard . 1-5^ 

Cretonnes, in fancy designs. Regular 20c 
and 25c, fur, per yard .... ... ..... 15^' 



Reversible Cretonnes, in fancy designs, 
double width. Regular 40c, for, per 
yard 30^. 

Hungarian Cretonnes, in Persian designs, 
reve-r-sil:)-le.- Regular 50c, p_er yard 35^ 



BarreFt Flexible Gurtain Rods at 

Half Price 




The close of a busy season' finds' us with man) broken lines of 
Men's Suits in all grades. 

These Lonely Suits are the .handsomest and most popular suits 
w e havc-had this season. 

That's the Reason They 

Sold 

InL;J3rdei:l.t.OcIose but these 'lonely sttit.s we have talfen alt bfokcn 
lines, of $15, $18, $20 up to $25 Suits and w ill nOw offer the choice of 
them on Firidcty and Saturday 



For Just Even Twelve 

Dollars 



Now, Men, here's a golden opportunity. C.ome,.see^th£_S,uits, pick out one of your size and sec what you can get 
for Tweh'c Dollar?. ' "" • ■ ' 

Don't Let These Bargains Get Away From You. 

, 1? 



Remember the Date — Friday and Saturday. 



ALLEN & CO. 




■REFORM WARDROBE 



Government Street 



Victoria, B.C. 



passed and l! i.s ilio law today. There j^ 
was the upitortunity for Mr. Hoblin 
to go to the foot of the throne." This 
recognition of the correctness and 
prot)riety of Mr. „ McHrlde's course 
was perhaps intended ' rather to con- 
demn the premier of Manitoba than 
to praise the administration of Brit- 
ish '(-'oitmibia. Hut the purpose need 
hot be too closely ci'n.sTrlered and wo 
may ossuma that ., when "Sir Wilfrid 
sava that Mr. Ttohlin should , have 
done" what Mr. McBride did he meant 
wlini he said.— .N-ews-Advertlaer. 



LANGFORD-BURNS 

FIGHT THIS MONTH 

NEW VoRK, August, 3.^ — Hugh >Ic- 
Tnlo.^li. the .\nHtr;ill!tn promoter, ha? 
sailed for Kngland. to make prepara- 
tions for tlie fight between Sam Lang- 
ford and Tommy Burns in .September. 
The heavyweight:) are to meet in 20 
rounds, iind there is n growing con- 
viction among sporting men here that 
nlthongh hangford will have to give 
away a lot aC weight, he will Klve 



liurns a trniilr larint: b.'fi'rf he Is 
'beaten, if, iTidc'iUhe i.s l)euien. Lrftn^- j 
ford is after the iTi.ureLs of Jacl<. John- ; 
son, and a Tictory over Tommy Burn.t 
would go a long wa.v toward.s forV'l'ng 
■.lobn.son lo give him a llgh'tt' 

Jolin.son, himself, .■<a,il8 for Europe 
shortly, and It is ruinnrtfl that ho ha."? 
agreed with M(dtiti>.-'h to' tneet the wdn- 
ner of the, LHnKford-Buxi)s_ battle, 
either in ici)gla.nd, b>ance, , Of - AUS - 
trnla. , 



BRITISH. BOWLERS 
AND THEIR 



VISIT 



TnRONTf), August 3-.-"- A Herimin 
hitch has occurred in connection With 
the vl.Mit of the Uriti.Hli bowlers. Pre- 
parations were (nude by the t'anadlan 
clubs to entertain six rinks, iuid now a 
rable saya that there will only be fovir 
rinka. The arrival of four rinks only 
would menn seriouo dlsHrrangertient of 
the I'anadlan plan.«. 

Thf- Ontario Howling Association of- 
ficers and Ihe Wewtern Ontario Bowl- 
ing- Aneoclatlon officers at a meetluBT 



held yesterd,a.y. decided that It was use- 
less .for_jhe British bowlers to come to 
(Canada with les.s than .mIx rinks. This, 
<ieci.'^ion will be wired to the British 
bowler.s if they .sfend' word that t^ey 
are coming with Ics.s. - - - 



VICTORIANS IN 
SEATTLE 



TOURNEY 



haTjdlcapped. One instance of the dlf- 
•fi^rence wa.«i the fact that the birds 
'i:\^T(^ sprung much slower, which 
threw off the men who are nccustom- 
f<r to have the target .lall away Im- 
medintery on the word"puU." 



Three A'ictbrla day pigeon Hhooters 
tPoK-.J^wrt JilX'^'''',''!?^,'!'^'^''!', tournament 
which has jusF been "concluded. They 
were F. ..Stevenson. F. White and W. 
"N". I,enfesty. '\Vhlle they didn t win 
.much In U1# way 'of honors or cosh 
tli'ey eiijoyo'd "the-'spdrt and The Oiit- 
ing. Further they cannot say enough 
In praise of the ««plendld managcinent. 
"Thes- rertalnly know how to run a 
lournnment, ' remarked Mr. .'^tevennin 
in fllsrusslng the serip„«i. He addeir that 
it might hnve been that the trio frojn 
this idly would have done better had 
they had some practice und*r th« con- 
ditions which they 'shoot in B«ftttl*. 
They are so different. It waa expllUlK' 
ed, " that Victorians w«re su|n«#lillt 



.Vext Sundny on her trip among the 
Thousand Islnud, the steamer Irrtquols 
will stop 2 hours at (langes harbor. 
Plenlc parlies can i)rlng their baskets 
and lunch imder the trees in some af 
tlie pretty nooks near the landing. 
Take V. A S. train, leavlnir Victoria 
at 9.45 a. m. 



If your livor Is slufgiah andi 
tone, snd you feel dull, bHl< 
pa tod, take a doae 4>f 
.Stomach and LlVer T*! 
b.-fore retiring aniT TWU 
right in the mor«lnf. Wmk 
ers. - '■ 



owl. 



Coopvt. 



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VICTORIA DAILY COLONIST 



THupcday, August 4, 1910 









^Yii^^J*^l''i?i^"^P'^**-' Stock^0f 



BRITISH AND CANADTSTT 

ENSIGNS 

UNION JACKS. BUNTING, etc. 
LAUNCH FLAG POLES, SOCKETS AND 
,- HALLIARDS 



E. B. Marvin & Co. 



The Shiochandlers 



1202 Wharf Street 



meWs of th e city 

Mor* Dwollingi, 

HiilldlriR iHTmlt-s luiv*' been taUon 
'j oAU b>- 3o1)n JurillBon fur'a dwi^lllriK lo 
lie ('rcoU'il oM Toronto street to coHt 
SMtir., .iunl to A. J. Abtioit for h will- 
ing oil ("iTiiu (Mid riiart lo cost $;i.l(tO. 

Fort Street Site Sold.. 

Tbi" (loinatvd for Kort Sti:ent really 
Avliicli hivH been very acilv>^ during 
the last week Is further exeinplitied 1ii 
the Hjil<? of the noVthweHt iiiriier of 
\''n!UM.v'uver, and H'ori strec-t wbUlv lias 
Just in-n luit through the innrKei for 
a .-iiu, ol .M:',00o. I 



Clearing House Returnsi,. 
Total c-loiiirlnwa for the vvock endhig 
AuBUSt 1'. nui', wore $ l,.S0{),<8S. Totiil 
elearinga for the month .of. July,' li'l". 

: sio.cii.t.0^3;.. vm^ j,«,q;>i j:m5_ ipijs, , 54,^ 

' 027. '. 



Large Daily Pay Roll. 
M piescnt tliP ritji- ia„paying on an 
a\eriige of SI,(iOO liPf , day to its etrt- 
ployeos oiigak'eil on various works, in- 
chirllnff the°."saiaric8 of tlie Inside ituff. 
There Hre now about 700 men eini)loy- 
ed oif outside work umler tlie directum 
of the chief cngrhu-er's depa'^tn'^^t- I'^O 
of these being engugeil In tbe -.vnter- 

WOPkB -CiepHFtnTBTit. 



so 

,'a I 

IS 

•I'J 

.'it I 

t» 



has 



.Mux. 

1 a 

7« ■ 



7R 

71) 
7S 



THE _WEAJHER 

iMotooroloKlcHl office; '"Virtorlii, U. C 
at )i ji. ni., AiiKuwt 'ir 1910: 

tiyx(ji-'«ia. ' 

The buroniri.i- rtiualiis hiKli along the 
lOHKt and full' weather inevallu ' 
thnniKlupui the Pacitte Hlope and iieroHs | 
IJie conllnont to Manitoba. lu tlvo lal- | 
lei- iirovtoica colrsiilernble riiln 
fallen. 

•iM>;Mi'i':i;ATrui':. 

:\tia 
Victoria ......... 

A'uiicouver ' . 

New' Westminster 

Kninh)ops 

liarkcrvlltn "t; . . . 

rrim.o lUipert 

Calfrary, Alta.- 

WlnnlpeK. Man. ..'.'■ 

Portland, lire. • 

Sftfi Frahclsdo, Cal, • • 
;J ° .; FQRECA^^T^ 

For 24 .hotirit !f rom .,6 , a 
Time) Thursday; 



ITU. (Pacific 



Viciortj and Vicinity: Winds ino«Hy 
weaterly. aiid Soutlierly, EejjeT_aUi_.Mlii. 
not" Hui'cU change in temperature, .'- 

; lK>wer M*ljni»n<l! Winds jnostly,.weBt- 
fii'ly 'and southerly, generally fair/»ti>- 
tlunnry or higher temperature- 
WEt)NKKr>Ay. 

HiKlM»H' ' - 

Uowesi '. '' 



OTliTnhe Things that Must 
Be Good Its Butter 

P.uttfr i< one <>f ilie arttc1es" which,.we eat that nuist Jje 
-o, ui. \\' idJUiti. , the Two things tlSsTTconstTlMG' 

the niuniiiii; iijcal cf man v. 



?specian y r^co m roe iid Cioycr-yaUey Crci 



j)or lb . 
Robertson's Marmalade; 7-lb . tin 



• « • • ».» " 



Robertson's Marmalade. 'g-l b. tin . 
Pure Soluble Cocoa. iH^r lb 



% .* • t.^ 






iirtter. 
..•35c 

■••75c 

'5C 



• -« • «'/» * 



.25c 



Pettijohn's Breakfast Gem, 2 parket.s ■■■■.. 
Jelly Powders — McLarens — 4 packets , . . .. 
Lime Juice, per l>nttle — (juart . . . ... ..... ., .' 

Calgary Hungarian Flour, per sack -r-r. ■ .yji-/a 

FOWLER'S REAL OLD ENGLISH TREAi^LE, "pFr 



20c 

Ji-75 



till 



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H. 0. KIRKHAM, GROCER 



Corner Fort and Douglas Streets 



Phone 178 



Work on Douglas Street. I Mean ■ . . . . — '■ ' 

U.-VK^. the KraaiuK 01 U..uKla.J «uh.shlne. 11 hour.s. 6 mlnnto.- 
'reel for the^new pavftrnent to lie laid 
. .11 that thoroughfare from Humlmhit , WKUJKUV WXU ATI U.u Ki>nM;r. 



DRESS 
GOODS 



l-'or one week we are offerlnK 

fancy tweeds, plaids aiirj, lu.slres, 

■regular 40c artd .Wc- Ko'odsj for 

|)er yard ....,,,...,,, ..,..". .25c 

l>iirlnff Augfttst Ve .shall, coii- 

T:lHUft to-Kftl"an •vvTFtrte"'hTouse'S at 
ifreatTy reduced p'rloe-s. ' ,**' 

.'Sample rurtaln — prnts- u limir- 

■I '|(i.,r:lii' .It r-.,icii ,;j^:.-i.ud 35c 



G. A. Richardson 4 Co. 



Victoria Houee 636 Yates St. 



Ill Siivep-Plated Tea Sets 

\\'(i have these in three, t'lnn' and five pieces ffom 

$60.00 Down to $12.50 

l*()pular antl H;xclui^4\'^e-Pfit-yferns 

QUALITY— THE BEST \ 



REDFERN & SONS 

1009 Government Street Victoria, B.C. 



J 



As sopn n» one block has been graded 
the^eeH«^rote work will lie -started on 
[for the navcuient fou ndatbi' 



"tric'rea'se^'ReservB^StrpTifyT-'-^ 

In -spite u( 111.' lieav.\ demand for 
water th<' level of the water in the 
Siiiitliv! Tlill reservtiir has "beeiTrJiTsecT 
,,.,1-fooi mark liy n»ean» of 



Khlne 77 hours and~t^ wli4.u4. e a,-.B4i » rain -, 
highest tempeVature 70, on 28th, lowe.st 
4 5 on 27th. .. 

Vancbifvef— Total amount of bright 
minaTfThe Hit lm{ii:fl_anxi_M minutes, no 
rain, highest temperature 73 on 28th, 



■ ■ • liiRbe^t 

a'lh, lowest 4s on 



lo\vp.st 43 on L'7th 
— X» w W t>8tmiwK,» 
temperature 76 o(fi. 

M-. I iMi.:irv pump which has been in { -'H' and 'iStlv. • ^v , 

u.sf! fur some time. With that sujiply , KamluQpa==JUltt-.^^aL,.jynrh, 
it will be necessary to k^ep this ex- | temperature 92 on 29th. lowe 
tra tjumit running, but n portion of r 27th. 

each day. Owing to the Increased r Barkervllle -Haln .IT "IncTi", RTghesT 
- lonUago "tis Uip. d{^'^|h,,oI,t!tig_vVfttcr,Uv--Ue.tuaci-.attire gg ooJ|]^th; lowest 34 on 
I creases, some 50, or%i|«i lions per. day j 27lh. ' '; ' ^ 

at present, the vvaterWitl not t)e .rais- 
ed over the present level. 



™^ MIKADO '^''^I'^'J'''''' 
BAZAAR 



Special sale for Uuniboo fellnd, 
SxS, J1.25.and 6x7 75c.' 

1404 Gov't St. Cor. Johnson 



?r- 



Serviceable Gifts 

You can presenf' no better^ 
gifis than k riivts , forks, spoom 
or fancy serving pieces of 
the well-knovjn brand 

M ROGERS Bros: 

For over sixty yesrs the best 
made, best designed silver plate. 
No other is "lust as good." 

DtsI It3 stt-. di;ht'., wailtrf, 
c.'c, , ire stamped 

■ / "Silrer Plate that Wears ' 



JAS. LEIGH & SONS 



Lumber 
Mills 
Fool nf 
Turner Street 
Victoria, B.C. 



Wholesale and 
Retail 



Lumber 
Lath- 
Sliin^les 
Bill Muff 



ftufl inanufaciurers of aU kirds of 
^!ash. Factory and Plinlng Mill 

CoocJh ■' 



i'c I'urol 
'he Safest 



' .\l\vay:> Clean 
Xo Diistv Cans 



BOTTLED MILK 

From^the 

Victoria Creamery & 
Mil!^ Supply Co. 

Dealers in , 

i'*inc.st_i4:e - Cream, Cream, 
^f ifkr UuUctiiiilk duJ Du (tt -ir 



P4ione 1344 



'^ 



Donationv:rAakn*v<Ht»dged. 
The managers of the lUmH»-^'or Aged 
'and Infirm acknowledges with thanks 
the following donations for the month 
of July.: Mrs. 11. U. Helmcken. ma^a- 
W. Pear.s(>, illustrated jiapers; Mrs. H. 
W. Pease, Illustrated London News; 
Mrs. H. K, Prion Hcattle papers; Atrs. 
TllleyV clothing and magazines; Mrs. 
E. A Duncan,' reading, matter and 
ijitigazinfs; Mrs. Case, t'algary news 
papers: -Mtst-— +3: — J- 
l'"ranciMco papers; Mrs 
(I.os .Angelest l>os An«ele8 papers; 
.Mr. Cox. books; Mr. Allen,, Lornlon 
Weekly DlsiMtih: Mr. N. Shakespeare. 
reading matter; Standard Statlonpi> 
Co., rpagazlnes a,nd petfiodicals; Hlb- 
ben & Co.; magazines and newspapers; 
Cdlonlat and . Times, dally pnperB; 
Western ..t'lnrion, OpportimUl^ ttltld 
.Mining , Exchange. ; 

Months' Police Returns. 

During Atlgu«t a total of 201 eases 

\verc dwelt vvlth_hy the police aiithorl- 

lles. The ofTicers" '■ were <^lassltied as 

follow.'* : Aj!i<atjlt ."i. attempted robbery 

1. .•speeding of atitopiobiles 7. 
br. 1 ill 1, .(L-reatlng a dlsturbtmce: 
4. lurrying concealed • weapons 1, crii- 

•<'lty^.tc) animals' 1. offences against city 
bylaws J4, drunks. t)i\ fraud 1, lighting 

2, Indf^cent as.sault, 1. .ind'ecent expoK- 
,urp l, Jitvcnile )>rt>t<*fth>n act l.--keep- 

lug disorderly liouse 1, liquor traftic 
rt'gulatlons 2, inalk-lou.<« Injury to |in>p- 
ert>' J. obscene language 1, i>bsseaslon 
of stolen property 1, stealing 12. 
threatening language 1, vagrancy 10, 
asyliim-2, safe keeping .^4. .Arrests 
numbered 106,. while .T!t were summons 
ca.sfs.' Of the offenders arraJgVied 12S 
were cpnvlcted, one sent tip foB— t«-lal 
and 18 discharged; The patr<jl wagon 
»t»4e ISi-funs during .th« num|)). 



Prince Rupert— ^Raln .48 Inch, higlies; 
temperature 80 on 2Sth, lowest 4fi ": 

2sth. ' — "-: — 

--V! |ljj~^hjL..Q5.Jn.ch.._hiK 
aiure 7t on 29th and SlJth, -lowest i- "V 
27th. ■ ■ ' . ■•' '•• -■ ■ 

Oawson — Raift .03 Inch, iHghest tem- 
perature 86 on 29th, lowest 36 on 2nd.- 



KEEP, COOL by taking one of those 
delightful .trips, among the fiulf I.s- 
lands. Wednesdays. Saturdays and 
Stindajs V. & . S. train and steanSer 



A.?ii?w?»tr*'«.fv', Iro<iuoi8. Excursion rates fot: the rounf 

. M^eter \v\lsC ^^'■'P'"^^^^ '" see the beautlfu 

I. t.ier >Mison. gp^^^^j, while th-e seoHQILlaat^ 



Filing Cabinets 



-AND 



Bookcases 



TYPEWRITERS .VXD 
TYPE\VR1TIXG.__ 



BAXTER & JOHNSON 

COMPANY, LTD. 

7^1 ^'.l!('■- ."^t. J'lione "V"" 



AllTDMOBILE BARGAIN 



We have for sale. at a Bargaiii, One Special Built 15 t o 
' lm:seiJiai4?£iL Clement :Tan 11 it ^-Scatcr, fiitc.l ni> nmipletc 



with "TopT Head-Lamp.';, Side and Tail-Lampi. 



J\iagncto and 



accumulator Ignition, spare Tirfr-aivd^ Rim. This car -was 
f^pecially built.for B. C. roads, and cost over $4,000, now $1,500, 
( r unit exchange: for Real Estate. 



THOS. PLIMLEY 

1110 Government St. oppo.u. speacer-. Victoria, B. C. 



Y.M. e. A. 



►-♦-♦-♦♦ 



Latest (mportalions From China 

L.»dles' and Uenla' silk underwear. 
► oft. warmv neat and light; gents' py^ 
:a.ii!a» In beautiful strlppoi^ ailk. Th« 
tip west styles of beautiful ehibroldcred 
fUk klrnona-i. Nothlnjr more beautiful. 
I'ho lo'.elle.st Bilk uinbrolderad doy'Ilsa 
« \ >jr Piiovvn. 

QUOSa MAN TXiTSQ » CO. 

r. O Rl)I '9 8. I7ir. Oixeriune'it .^t. 



llieJafolljualilij 




^Mmm 






( luarantcc Otir 



Ice Cream 

Absolutely Pure 

Cream and Fruit Juices Only 



nutritious food. 
warm , weather 



A rich aiu 
.V delicious 
dainty. 

Walnut iii'-tjuc and Mar- 
;iscliiiu) arc very nice. .- 
Any Flavor to Order 



Tel. loi 



6t9 Fort Street 



Sees Danger of Firs, 
F'earlng Infeclion from two old 
dwellings 'on the. Indian' reserve In 
whitrh twn natives -r<p^^tH4.v-si«>e^imh- 

Li-d to tuberculosis. .Dr.. G. A. B. Hall. 
( if\' Mie<lirta-t-^- b<'nlt l V ' ■»fR p 4!>r, yesteribiv 

Ni Klre Chief. Davis for , 
111 • burn down"the stcuclc ■ 

Chief iMvis, however, refused fo grant 
the desired permission on the ground 
that as the bfilldings ■ are located 
(.lose to the K. <fe N. and other bulbl- 
ing.«i and owing to the dry \vlcather» 
there would lie serious danger of the 
flames -spreading. However, he con- 
.•<ented to tillow the . burtiiing on the' 
nrst day On which there Is rain. The 
grass In the vicinity Is long and like 
tinder, which a spHrk might set .-iblaze.' 

! t\- fire ill the grass would sprt^atl in an 
iiuredibl.v quick time and might xery 
ea.slly get beyond control of the 
watchel-s. ' .,„, .. 

Potatoes Were Bad. 
(.*hiino Dun, the Olestlal proprietor 
of the White. Cafe. Johnson st reet , vvas 
shown the riece.'»sU.v of serving noth- 
ing but the real thing In tho'way r.r 
jiotatoes, when_he wtis lined $25 an-i 
the police . court , vestordav 
for having on his premises! 
i.Mi.itne.s which were in nil! 
• - of what is technloall.\- ! 
liiiraln. an unconithoii 
With the local .product. Tlu' 



"Sheffield 
Plate" 



A famlHai- ^p p^ttoip tn fenj ri an d 
Ifer bundredji Af y««lr»; >iow' 
known all over. th« civilized 
world at the plate that reslats 
W^ar.V Plated on the best copper 
It la ipMractJcally evi<rlaatin«r. 
there£oref"emlti<>jntly suitable for 



AUGUST BRIDAL GIFTS 

Our new conalgnmwiit jcom- 
prlses all the, "sterling" iniijat- 

08 1 designs. 



T#lt- .■-•it»r^*»«r«a -dishes, 
Trays, Candlesticks, Single 
Tea Pots, Sugars, Crsam«f 
Flatwar e, Et<ri — ^— ^ — ^ 



^-inviting became Of iia 
bcauti and- worth. Sheffield 
graces the most elaborate table 
with the same brilliancy as 
-sterlirig silver. I'ome in and 
look at It. 

W. H. Wiikerson 

[ The J< \\ ck'i 
915 GOVERNMENT ST. 
Tel. l^>rir, 



-..■«-. .^■..'ii. 



FOR 
'SALE 

i- 



Temp orary Quarters, 1209 Biaachard St. 

NEXT TO NEW BUILDING UNDER CO NST RUCTION 

Reading and Gaitne Rooms — Hot and Qold Shower Baths — 
Men's, tfad Boy's Summer Camps— :Sum r.i c r . Meniber^hip 

50C per month 



ME GOOD TR.XCTS 
OF CROWN GRANT 
AXD UCENSE 
TIM^BER 



IF YOU WANT A GOOD HOME 

At a low figure and on ea.'<y terms see new six-room bouse, sltuatisd on 
Havie street, near Kort street. .Concrete- foimdation, double floor and 
wnll": '<aU mantel, cellar floored: modern conveniences. ' etc. 

MOORE & WUITTINGTON. 865 Yates SI. 

'Lumber ; dealers and manufacturers 



WELL SITUATl^D- 




Fort George 

T can offer' soirte Mfi^ 

r acreage, ibotir, 5^ mill?? 
southwest of the towhsite. 
f Fieltl notes may be seen 
■ Ml application! 

price $8 jxeit acre 
Subject to prior sale 



Ernest Brammer 

Tel. 2095 
Office 644 Fort Street 



»•■ Xiamber, Bash. Soon, and »U XiaAa mt BoiJatiiff XaUxUJL ffo m 

The Taylor Mill Coa 

Min. Offle* and Tarda: tit* Governmant St., P. O. Box <>1. Telephone 8*4 



\ 



► ♦-♦ ♦♦»♦♦.. 



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i^ 



oofifs In 

morning 

dis»'as"ii 

.idvaii^ 

Known 
L.c^.'.h.!l'h'int 

[ local sanitary .bftlclals, whose dntl 
[cover Ihe^ lnspGctidn--.of food stiitT.'^ 
i Instituted the .'teflon against .Chtim 
t-l-hm — rrmt-T-nn-fiTTrrrt*'rJ'-^-''ttTBi~-oTffmfttTTg 
j .Murphies. , En.rgettc, action will be 
\ taken against vendors of imfiiirc and 
;innvholesomo articles of diet "and the 

' 'liin.'iman's casts is the first of a, num 
■ r TviriTfr win : iTmitnyhfv rht ) hrotig -ht 
1 .\MsiKtant t^anitary liispei^lor ,T. H. 

tlowos. miidf> the ..seizure of Chui.H' 

IhinV ••',■ -I: -if ^.pata^cK. 



To Our Customers 



rim K %V .w,"> 

Quarts ^1.50 

il;i!f Ciiiions . . . -•. . .*f^l2.0() 

For Sale by All Leading 

Grocers 



K \ T Pt A 
CREAM 



B&K 
Rolled Oats 

are grown In the Hnest Oats district 
In Canada. They're not fibrous or 
".striHRy '• — they cook easier and 
taste better^ ..,. .„^ ^_ 

Sack 



Mi:C1.:,u-j'fl fanuiiKs .^t.-t-| HaiiKir* iirfd 
Henlliip: StiV'\es .Tt ('"THi-ke Si. r^'ar.-^on'.i 
5.113 Wharf .Street, near .r"hti<."n 
Htreet, Victoria. * 



Uaylight Service to Seattle b.v .■<. «. 
Jr'Wiu'iis, |en\-ing 9 ;). mi daily, ex^;"!)' 
P.-ind.'ty, from Victoria Dock Co'» wharf 
next Post offTlce. ' 



Big 55c. 

If the Initials B & K are not 
printed In red on the sack, refuse 
them. Buy to-d,iy from your Grocer. 

Most Economical, , ,, No Hulls. 



Voita Production and Singing. 
I'a.iil Edmonds, baritone Vficallst and 

I'"nKland (prliK.liifil liaritone with Mad 
juTif Tetrazr.inl on her British toiir, 
IMOfl) lUTivfttf in Victoria on. Of alioiit 
.\iigUKt !r)th .ind will ni'crpt piiiilIM' for 
\ oii'i; prodiictlon jinrl pinglpR t'nrthet- 
p.-n-tl'-iilnr?' \' 111 he dul; u'h iTt i'?;rrd. ■ * 



Some Singing At the Romano Theatre. 
The. \Va.shingion ijuariett.' which 
has been sinking to bumper houses iit 
the Romano v., theatre the past Iwu 
weeks Biirely made' a .wise selection In 
securing Mr. Ernest Fetch as l^j-st 
lia«B, .T.ha..o.ther volcca are strongiuul 
melodious a n(]_ I t^ojily reawired the mi- 
ll!! '■ <■' M- I* f"h".^ .jich baritone 
I _ii._jifirfcct balance. 
Til. I..,.!,,,!- -.11 be hoard In carefiil- 
ly s elected .ju i.mli e|:a_4iUliiC-;-thair._eu r_ 
giigoment in this clt.y. Tlie majinge- 
ment of the Romano theatre Is to he. 
I 1 inirdimented In fif-nrfntr Iheoe slntr- 



\','i .'1 I . I . ■.\ li)i'iitf*rt lit t Vl p .--• r I T- 1■^ !-, r 

will-b-e. pieuried, lo reieive deposits and- 
carry on a peiier;!! hanking business 

as h'-i-i'l'ifiirr ' ■■ 1 ' ' ■ .K 

, rUL CANADIAN BANK OF COM- 
j- MERGE 

j (North \iitrvrfa Hrnnch) 

II. U ll.K.'WKN-, Mnn.iR-er. 



FOR YOUR FOWLS 



I'Yesh 
^oooer. 



salmon, liSc 



Brown m 



»Mr>^ 



!;. tteed, one of^tho p"''. 
cotnpaiiled b.v three reiiresentalii'es 
of. the British t^olnmbla press, left 
Vancouver on the, :;Gth Ijuu. .to-iaapuc.t 
the oil -properties of the Amalg.'tnintcrl 
IV'vekipment compaii.'i, at the Kalnlhi, 
.MasJui, oil fields, sent a wire yestcr- 
(Ik.v l^» A., K„ niv;ln. of....Auld, Gwln & 
MoClarty, aijnouiH'lng that wells nmn- 
bei^s jiinj'L two aiid three on the lom- 
pahy's Y'r'JP''rty were ev(;>h better than 
ilild been rt!,pre.trntetl, • 



y' Something; m >■ arrd--^)!!! 
a tjni-Kl, recipe — ui Tact ;i 
— ^ar,ntitrrTl rrripT^ — r-Ht-rr- 

Dry Hopger Food 

\ '■ 1- ' I iirr nrif:;l,dti..)r iihiuil 
• • li.is heard of it ii' 



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Bannerman 4 Home 

Broad and JolTnson 

'" I'hnllf jX" 



For Your 
Eye's Sake! 

Let nic correct that strain 

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Best qttatity materiat-usexl,' 



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EYESIOHT SPi:CIAI.IST 

P.O. Box 225 
Government .St. Victoria 



MT. TOLMIE 



Sand 5 Crave 



Screened nod Graded 



The finest "material, to use for 

all kinds of concrete and 

building work- . 

.Deliveries made to any part of 

the city In any quantity 

Got our prices 



L1NEHAM SCOTT SAND 
AND GRAVEL CO, 

Office: 633 Yates St. 

(",,N,.o«- ^Tgr.'3 residence. 2193; 
M ,1-. Office, 6««: Pits. L.-1851. 



To Contractors 
and Builders 

STEEL 
JOISTS 

Wc have in mtock .the followlna 
Scotch steel Joists: ; 

15x5x42. 

12x5.\32. 
6x3x11. 

Immediate delivery or shipment 
as desirad. 



ViGlorlaH/lactiineryOepot 



Another Shiimicnt of 

Centaur Wheels 

Have Just Arrived 



— -AT- 

Harris & Smith 

1220 Broad Street 
'Phone 'L183 , 




:*.ri.".:yn.:.7.r.':r.'. 



m. 



Olhen buying your Piano 
insist on hfikViPK^ Ar\ 

OTTO niGEL' 

Ptano Acliorv 



Daylight Service to Seattle by s. ili: 
Irofiiiols, lpa\'lng fi a. m. dally, except 
.Sunday, from Vlctorl.i Pock Co's wharf 
next, Post Offlov 

Krw supply of funeral nnmbera of 
the K)ihere, Illustrated London Newa 
and tlrapnic, Just received by the "Vio- 
turla Hook and Stationery 1Co. l,td. 
ThesQ art* all out uf print In Enylsnd 
now. • 



Remember Our 

Phone Number 

448 

Cbnici^ l'"MiJcy Tal)l(" Fruits 
(irilcicd iiy i^lionc alway.s 
_ dolivcrcil to \nur salisr 

faction. 
Blackberries, Logan Berries, 
Peaches, Fears, Canfet6upcs7 
Plurns, Gravenstein Apples, 

Wc Guarantee Quality 



A. Pool, Grocery 



6:.1. Yates St. 



rhrine 4 4 8. 



i 



Smoke has no 
effect upon 
Malthoid Roofing 

Sulphur fijmet around smelting 
plants, eat up a mctil roof in 
•hort order, and very few other 
materials can withstand, the at* 
Uck. Maithoid Roofing doe« 
the business. Engineers «nd 
owners of property in districts 
affected by these fumes will save 
money by looking carefully into 
the merits of MaUhoid. Write 
for ipecjal booklet. 

R. ANOyS 
Agent Wharf St., Viotoria 

i Tf i I [ 



The P'mplro Typewriter la tlie 
chbapeat and best machliiei of tho day, 
.VUttorlflTBook & Stationery t^o.. Limit- 
ed, agents. • • 



The Canadian Who's Who, tH«'**»*'h<Ml 
by the JLiondon Tlme»i on ««le tit Vic- 
toria Botcik <Jb. Statluaerj^ Co., Limited. * 



Rattan and Sea 
JGrass Chairs 

In all shapes and Hlaea and at 
the lowest iirlce.a. Very amall 
ones for the "yiHingaters" 

Lee Dye & Co. 

Next to Fire Hall 
Cormorant St. and W7 Fort 8t 

mmmmHmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm 



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YlCmRiA DAXIA COLONIST , 



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1^ The Man A 
V Who Thinks X 

™.„XheJ.hought{ul man is the.mo.sL,UiQUglUk&a. that is_hx:in^. 
variably forgets the little things, Sorne very brainy business 
men are so forgetful that th^ wives have to tie .a string 
around their little finger to reminci them lo:_ord.er thingSi such 
as . , . ■■' ' ■ 

Dinner Claret, Sherry, Port 

Wine or Wliisky Needed 

lor the Home 

Tcrhaps this little ad. may help you tQ.icmemher these, or was 
it Bottled Ale; Bot'tled Porter or Mineral Water? 

PHONE US AND THEN YOU'LL GET THE ORDER 
OFF YOUR MIND. OUR DELIVERY SYSTEM 

IS PERFECT 



NEWS OF TH E C)TY 

Eulogize Victoria 

That Victoria standi)^ us_ the best 
bu»Uieea proposlHon In the Northwest 
today is the staunoh belief of tvio well 
known merchants of Winnipeg, whi.) 
have visited this city tor inhny; suni- 
nuTH past. One of these Ki-ntli'meii is 
seriously consklorlnK altandonlnK lils, 
business in Winnipeg and opening In 
this city; while the other Is enterUln- 
njf tho Idea of opening a branch llrni 
In this city. 



this for oufMlvoB In tlM BplKit of the cajise df-the-orphan, of the bospltul, of 

uroDhctB and teatherB of old and since educBtlon, and of moral reform too. He 
then We no longer regard authority was ashamed to say that after t.OOO years 
ns supreme, but the supremacy of the of British history. In which the sea ^ad 
authority of iha aplrlt. Wo have re- 
adfustecl and, reHlofea; We have sur- 
rendered the old devices and the old 
conceits. We Stand; ft)r principle -and 
conviction,. 

To Do What We OuJht. 
We understand that liberalism 



played so conspicuous a part, ll was 
necessary t» try and arouse the con- 
science of the church and of the nation 
to_i!!k laterest In the. moral and Bpiiitaal 
welfare of men of the sea. 

There was a movement bOgun In a 

disused sloop of war nearly 100 years 

in ago. In which the several chuccheM had 

It had 
s 



rSPlTAl CITFWINE^ CO. 



Tel. 1974 



1327 Douglas Street 



Streel 



Cor. Johnson 



Fire Report* Ex«ggoratei3 

Mr. C. W. aiadwyn. provincial llrr 
warden has retiwned from Kooteiiay 
where he wa.s coniinls.Hioned by Preni- 
lor McH'-lde to report exhaustively 
with regard to the timber fires. Me 
Htatoa tliat reports of "'dahiage -for 
(standing timber, liolh there nnd in 
other places, have been greatly exaff- 
geraled. The llre-s have burned for the 
niosi partVamohg dry wooVl ami slas^h- 
Ing3. 

An Interesting Rumor ■— 
In conneeiion with a report circulat- 
ed In the city thai the HuU't I'acklng/ 
Conipanv. of Chicago, was about to 
conun^>nco 04)eratlon.s^nv, ttil« c"-y. ^^'^^ 
J. Y. (trlttin, who represent,'? Swifts in 
Vancouv.r. states that Am is unaware 
of any such Intention on the part of 
the big meat paclilng ostabllshmont. 
In connection with llie report It is 
stated on good authority that Swifts 
have secured options on desirable sites 
for omtras' and warehouses. 




Open 8 a. m. to lo p. m. 



Pongee Bargain 



, New shipment just in of Heavywei.c^hl Pongee, 
^his shipment has arfiVecnate, and-rathcr than carr-y 
it over in slock, we-fiave 



Reduced It from $1.75 

to...... ...... -.-.:^ 

,Width is 34in. ' A better grade of Pongee is impos- 
sible to buv. ■ 



$1.00 



Of one book, but ol n>any books. nol| ^ ^^^^ ^^^^ paid for, thousands of dol- 
of one man, but ol many "»''"• .yji lars, were already promlaed for a new 
look not for one Messiah or ^-"risii ,,^11,,^,,^^ •- ,j,,^— j,jj,^^,.|.^— ^j^f^jj bo ee„„. 
but for many .such In everyday , men j ^j^^.^, ^^^^ without waste. 80 he ven- 
and women who Uve '^'"■- . ;'^''"f,'J5.'^.''''^'_ "f ; 1 ured to hope that the abounding pros- 

'^ perlty of the present wonileifuj times 

wouht bo reriPctea In the complete sue- 



%. H." Stands for Garden Hose 

At this-:8tore-tt' also-stfttMl* f<Jr "GaodHose/^^jhe kjnd that will 
stand full city pressure and give satisfactory, durable wear 

WHY NOT GET HOSE NOW. BEFORE THE GRASS 

SPOILS? 
AT 13^ FOOT— white cotton-covered, a very fine Hose. 
AT 18< FOOT— red, cotton-covered, extra heavy, splendid 

value. - 

AT 10^ FOOT UP— Excellent Rtrbbcr-Hose 
Inspection Cordially Invited - 



not 



Improving Geographic Knowledge 
As lllujitratlng the broadene£l_J<tnow- 
iedge of Old t'ouutry journalists with 
respect-to places and matters Can- 
-ndlan, it Is pleasant to note that the 
Overseas- =fiditittn of .the. Iiondon Mall 
credits the victory in the Btcwards's 
rnp race at itenley to "the- crew of 
tht Winnipeg Itowhig Club, of Xorow^ 
to. CBJiada^'.A. ffW.Tyears ago botli 
Winnipeg and Toronto would probiOJly 
have been ref«rred ..tp as in"-- ^'""-' 
States. . ' 



Christ lUV. AVe assert that 
through the death of one, but through 
the virtuous lives of all, will mankind 
be saved. We regret the Nietzschean 
doctrine, for t^Nample, that morally 
must~Bo"bFWe bOIird-ir thfi race la to 
be raised-- that we must be damned in 
i,rder ti) bo saved. , , _. . 

'•We meet tho drin of the unsatis- 
fied' and the dissatlHfled by the' 
wholesome message that tjalvation Is 
attained by character and that we 
must, to th^-t end, labor with and, for 
one another. We maintain that wor- 
shlp-Ua-uur l>fcll)if.\!l....aJl.'L-«^nly creed, 
worship expressed in terms of. Ser- 
vice: that belief 1« nothing, action 
ever'yilUng. Relict at best posits 
doulit. action demonstrates assurance. 
3Ve set forth that the church Is a so- 
cian institution, with a socfttl gospel 
lor all men and women, and that re- 
ligion has to do with bur every day 
lives not with one~«nT" in seven, but 
with' seven days in the seven. Ther^ 
are many cultivated Individuals who 
aannot realize and^.appreclaie ilbar- 
allsm. and many liberals who border 
on the strangest and most paradoxical 

inib*>ralls.n. ;jjyf,7^,y*-^„„S v>ut[lat. John Belcham. /who passed a^ay 



CeSH of the, irioveinont, which was Inter- 
denominational, and ndglit long stand an 
ii credit to tho city as one of the ports 
of the empire. 



OBITUARY NOTICES 

Qowdy. 

The funeral of "the late Ua Muriel 
Gowdy will take place under the di- 
rection, of the Hanna Undertaking 
company from the family residence 
this afternoon at 2,30 p, m 
T. ID, Ilolllng will officlale 



The rt.-v. 



■ / 



DRAKE HARDWARE CO. 

Cor. Government Street 



608 Yates Street 



Williaio 



Cousins. 
The funeral of the lati 
C^ouslna will take place from the odd- i 
fellows hall at 2:30 o'clock this after- j 
noon. The remains will be removed 
there this morning. The members of 
No. 4, I,0,0.F, win attend the funeral 
in a body. 



rtS" 



We Told Vou That 



Our Rising Sun Flour 



None Better 



Would Advance August 4th 



•I'll. 



Belcham. i 

fitneral airangemenis of the 



Publicity Campaign 



help them to| ii^f fhe St. Joseph's hospital Thursday 
^-fl; ^„- true! "'^ht have not yet bee'hf made. Tho 




510 Cormorant street 



Opoosite E. & N. Depot 



jjei\- ; ■ . . ■ .•■,.■.■• 

of the Vancouver Island liev.'iopiU.Mil 
League, have Just been forwarded to 
London. 500 to Mr. (V ': ' Brown. 
European manager oi madian 

Pacific Railway. iiiirt-^'.:./u [.. uic Hon, 
J, 'H. Turner. Agent r.eneruT for Brit--- 
Ish ("olunihla. Thi.s literature, which 
depicts- Island resoiiree»-in- a «weciiw.n- 
Htid . compfehensivp manner, will be 
dh^trihuted throughout the Hrltlsh 
Isles through the mediums to whom it 
hsta' |>een sent , 



pitted; they 



'^« •^•:'f^':,,;;;^,^l "K^«^"ot'tS remains are lying at the Hanna 

niortunate, and these free ' ■ ^ 

, u.r.^ iu. not lnft-e<tuently filled with 
narrowness and prejudice of a violent 
-Tiri dlKtresslng nature. We must bear 
and """ressmg^^i^^^^ ^^ not . Itheral re- VVray, relict of the late William Wriiy 

.. ... I . :o jjj rest In the Ross Bay 

yest'erday morning. Th< 



We must bear I The remains 



Wray. 

of the 



late .Mrs. Anna 



llglSn."ZmuVt""'struggl« to avoid thla were laid 
Tl^nger aTOl-HnartJT— ctmttarj 

- -. — _ Out of Old Forms. 
'~^r7coiben then showed'^ho^ liberal 



rellgi.m developed out old fqrms from 
animism to . njonothelsm of l^thlod.1 
iviailty and uuantlty ■— " 



via 



Going to Koolenay ^^ ■■ 

' Dr: I', J. Fagan, secretary, fit . tfie" 

{provincial health board. Is' leaving in 

! a few diiy~9 for East Kriotenay; lielng 

I instructed by Hon, Dr. Young, his de- 

; pnrttnental mlAistrtr. to specially in- 

jve.-itigate the s!.'»nl'tary arrangementain 

'the mines at New Michel, In conneo- 

'tlon with a recent fatality indlrect- 

; ly chargeable. It Is alleged, to the Ih- 

.tdequacy of such arrangemonta. The 

-irtlin now takeii by Ihe minister will, 

! • fully appreciated by the miners ol 

I' • \nw .Michel district. 



Red Jacket 



"So Easy to Fix" 




The Hickman Tyc Hard- 
ware Company, Limited 



'VK'^-ntM 



j Important C«bin«t Meeting 

An ImpprtanFTnGKinsr of the prov- 
itriolit executive Is arranged fdr Tues- 
I day morning next, by which time- It 
jls expected that Hon. Price Elllspn will 

have ret^jrned from ^lil8 oxpioratory. 
I vLil't-tflr^uttle lake. A number of Ini- 
; portant matlera-<f«^»<*ra«=44flf»e pendlm? 
■are included In the heavy Uf«t of husl- 

nes.s for consideration, while a depii- 
I tatioh l<i expected to be present fron 
; Vancouver fijr tjie purpose of present- 
j Ing plan.w'for the development of False 
, Creek. The differences between the 
' Ruskln and Western Canadian Power 
I company, will also be presented ' 'for 
I consideration, and steps probably be 
1 taken for the settlement of the t^a«6« 
I of squattet^s on the timber holdings 
! of the Ross-McLaren company." < '' \ ~ 

OiM LIBERAL RELIGION 
i ^. AND LIBERAL iVlEN 



l',a8sinK^ through Mosalsm, Prophetlsm., 
o..i,i>ini«.Ti. MccleslastlclBi 



the Ross 

morning, 

funeral took place from the famll.N 

^.^l.realdence, 560 John street at 10 p, m. 

Services were conducted In the St, 

Saviours church, Victoria, West, by. 

Canon Cooper, Th(i funeral was prl- 

monulatry. j yate. - 



When ^^Ml I'm- Klcmr 



BUY RISING SUN 



Wlicre From? 



Copas & Young 



Rahbinlsm. Kccleslastlclsm.^ Prot*^- , Yoe W.i 

taJUlism. and that we ace still »" ^"J;. The 17-month-oId infant. Wong Vee 
nmkii.g, .getting out of the originH. I, ,^y^^ will bo l&ld at rest this, afternoon 
He dwelt upon the social factor or tne, j^ ^^^ jf^^g, j^^y cemeterv. The cort- 
church and that, liberal men rnaae ^.^^ ^^.„, j^^^.^ ^.^^ victoria Undertak- 



men made 
their lives correspond to development. 



ing parlors at 2 o'clock. 



He. concluded by «a.vlng; _.._.. 

We must not be oblivious of the roci Smith 

tlwt we ourselves possess llinltatlons I ^^^ funeral of the late Louisa 
an<J not fall Into th«. ^'^.^""""?^ "*fv"„l Smith took place yesterday afternoon 
that those who think differently m*"; from the parlors of the B. C. Funeral 

we do are in the .wrong. We niust xeurnlshlhg Company, Jaoxernment 

*ho* kindliness toward, those who street. Services wrco— conducted In 
are not with us and by our I'^es T5rpyel the chapel by Hev. Mr. Nichols, after 
our contentlor; 



larger reapon*^ 
as to win. d^i 
dtepe.- reyelat. 
be, ever more and 
rcceiv^ -Jtvcn P^' 

God grant t 
Liberal Christ 



nust realize our; whlph the cortege proceeded to Ross 
und strugBle ao; ijay cemetary where Interment took 
,iy,. grander and place. There were nxany friends pres- 
that our minds ent and many^beatltlful floral tributes 
, ened and wei-w»r«-»ent In, The foilo^^ing acted as 
pallbearer^: A. MeKlnnon, J; Fergu- 
son. J.- MtOTaj^~J. Wilson. 



r,,lh. _ -^^^ 
oe rie^r^^ when 
Ltbofal Jew will 
to rellglowB 



McGuffy 



Save 25c on 

Your Music 

Folio 



For the next few days we 
are making a special effort 

'111 clear out allnnr line "f 

Home Song Folios 

Regular 75c CAp 

This is arkrefcha'nce indeed 
to p^et a .splemltrl foHcr^an- 
taininsr lTlan^• nf the 1eadin,c^ 



TH€HVIAILS 



Rabbi Cohen, Speak* to FirslJit 
s^ ^ngregAtion on New Thbught 



;i\ 



lie 



"If 1 OnLy-aiad ;i i 

Sweet Home,!'. 
' 'Jock , :o' -Wa^^ld-cari .' ' 
"Only .1 Ti :ii • ■■;■■ 

.sape,' 
•'Rnl)in Adair," 
"Tell Mother I'll Be There."' 
"Would You If Y,ou CoiiM." 
"Ye Banks and Braes," 
"Silver Threads Among; th-" 

Gold," 

And t>ia"v of '^^•'s ' 



Fletcher Bros. 

1231 Governnieiit Stre^at^™— 

Thonc HS5 ■ 



■Mooiatmided hy the medioul profmrioM tm 
•■efwiurd ac»Uwt infeotio^: 



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tMm'i ' jjay'^we no longer be nall«d| Hill road. Deceased was 
"«fr'f.h»^«f etc . as a corpse Is seal- nalmo 32 years' ago and w 
".iT^^y « ra-sket. May we nevermoreljer of tho late D. Purr 



unite to lead tlie, world ^, ^ . , 

.!■,.. ...lit and i)ractrcc.~To J the, tilghOTt j,.. Tha death iiccured on Tuesday night 
_^j l,^^5,t^.^Hnd righteousness of , Jast of Annie McOuffy, the beloved 
and truth of oharacter andj-vvtfe- of Robert McQuffy of . 2848 Cedar 

■ '^ ""''• ' -- , born In Na- 

was a daugh- 
.1 inff -a ca.sket May we nevermore^ jer of tho late D. Furness of Salt i 
i/fSr the wheels t»f effete religions -fipfing Island. There survive her be- 
f Irtir oiir further acquisition and; sides a husband, two young children. 
, *^,^„,„,,. Mov wc realise this so- j The remains have, beien r'emovecl to 
aBvelopmevi. fti^^^^^^j ^^^ ^^^.^ menj the parlors of the B. C. Funeral Fur- 

■\ ''^..^In That Is what we want In i(l«hlng Company from where th.- 
and w^Jiien. i '" <- . throbblhgl funeral will take place on Thursday 

our f'i*'^,';''^^ ^otfleath-^eccleslastlc- afternoon at 3 o'clock. Rev., J. A. 
and Hl\«^"?f' ".^ouisions of churchl-; Woods will officiate at both the par- 
Ism »".'V,*^ ♦r,?rrollglonlst cries out lors and at the graveside. Interment 



anlty. The true roUgh 



for the dayj fclll b 



" — "Liberal Religion and Liberal 

was the stibpect of aji address , he 
fore the-,«iun«rcgat4<4n of the -First 

Unitarian church of Victoria In the 
l<:iagles Mall last Sunday -evening, by 
Ratabl Monlague _N^^A. Cohen. 6f 
Butte, Mont. ' Ratabl Cohen said: 
"At the outspt 1 would cohgratu-. 

\>uate you on your charming endtiovor 
^P founding a Liberal church. In thlajl 



pa him then and t here. 

revTTlfred'hall ' , '-- 

TALKS OF^ONQUERORS 

Vl.ttmft, Clergyman Priaches i" F'"-'* 

Prisbyterlan Church on ^he 
. . Better idea of Conquest 



-JSUis^AltnA Hall, visiting ».^»n'^|«^ *^ 
^TrTrti Presbyterian church. '»ellvcred 
"a second discourse last S.undi.y even^ 

5fty. and am Indeed happy to be wlfhlh-K from t'^ «'<;,;'*• "^j^'" jf '"^^"^ ^^u 
yi,u while summering here. Vlctoria| oonrjuerers --Konu^ vm.^^^^^ ^^^^^,^^ 




,\NTI-COMBINE Jl- l.KV POWDERS— O^f 
4 packet.s for .■ £»0\, 

CANADA I'IRST CREAM— " ■- 1 Of 

Larg'e 20-oz. can ,.....• "^ 

C.\i.(V\KVR]S]XG SUN FLOUR— Cj yC 

L Cl ScLCK . . .,..^« •••'••'e • •• • • • • • T 

NICK RTPELOC.AE TOMATOES— OCp 

2 lbs. for ^*^^ 

PRESER\'!X(; APRICOTS- tt K 

Per crate tj) I . I O 

INDEPENDENT CREA.WERY BUTTEK— the tfj j AA 

most popular butter of the day, 3 lbs for. .«P i -vl/ 
FRY'S BREAKFAST COCOA— OCp 

Half-pound tin ,. • • '. • ^^^ 

PU^^E \\' HITE CAST.IEE S OAP— OQC 

Pong bar : . . . . . v . . . . '. . .*v . .^vV. 

Patronize the Store That Saves You Money 



Copas & Young 

THE ANTI-COMBINE GROCERS 

, Corner- pAirt anfl P)roa(l Streets 
Phones 94 and 95 Quick Delivery Phones 94 and 95 



made in H.oss BajF qesietery 

■' - ' MeGri'th .' , ' ■ 

Th* >»thalns of the late Mrs Jessie 
McG-rntn we re lah ^ at rest yesterday 
Thorning. The funeral rotrft — place 
frotn the parlors of^ the B. C. Funewtl 
Furnishing Company, ' Goverhm'int 
street, at 8:45 o'clock and from there 
the cortege proceeded to St. Andrew's 
Uoman Catholic Cathedral whTFS"^ 
reciulem high mass was celebrated by 
Bishop MacD.onald. assisted by Rev. 
Father Laterne, at 9 o'clock. There 
was a very largo attendance and many 
flowers were presented. .Manager 
Jackson of the Empress Hotel, on 
which Mrs MoGrath met her death, 
and many of the employees of the 
hotel were present to pay theLr last 
respects to the de(!eased. The follow- 
ing members of the staff- of the Em- 
press Hotel acted as pallbearers: 
Thomas Orey, W'lllium Daly. H. R. 
Woodlej', F. Fox, James Cunning and 
P, Trive. 






force. The tramp of the 
the advance of her Imperial 



a Unitarian pulpit Is no '^momaly, 
needs, no explanation, excuse or apol- "' ' _ 

__. Liberal Jew and _^_,^"^^'^- j,,^ ,, read of her great might 

the Liberal Christian there is much in j.|,'J'p,^'^,,p wofl..l with awe. But that 
common, nay! Everything in c<>mm(m.Lj,„,, „f comue.«t had proved tmenduring. 
We are briund to one another by real-j^j^^, ^n^g^^ into one of the tragedies of 
Itlcs— life;! we are m. one | ,,,g,,„ry ,is Gibbon has-shown us. In ''•The 

thought, dlf.velopment; ^^. cmi- 1 ,^j„.,i„;, n„j fall of the' Roman Empire." 

t^irned with one mission, lann. No ,,,,,, <,„„ j,ave come to a wl<,ler dominion, 
creed stlfhJH us, no dogma crushesl „;„! jt was xjften asked. Would our own 
our reUgioljs experiences, no ecclestl- 1 empire disintegrate and perish ' too'.' In 
cal lyranii.l- robni us of our God-glvenj ,uiswcr. 'lL mlRht ,be said ''^"'- our .sw.ny 
right Of- 'f ■ 'We are ■mariniTn^^^ .-ef. np in thf-Rtmran- mnn- 

togtiLher ■•' ; and iipwiird,. and we' 



must continue to d- .m closier 

to one another;- hnnu nuwd and 

heart to heart, and w<»rl<. . for that 
liberal expr^sshm of rcllgloM^ which 
you and I h()ld so dear. v. 

"But I win not detain ynu with a 
thesis on tho propriety of such fel- 
lo\VB hlp. • l -^-am -to-;nteak- -try -yf>B ahout 
liberal religion tind liberal inen. Per- 
haps any seleclUm Is^unwlacland un- 
fortunate, as we may be ln(! lined to 
giito-the-AXtrerne where liberty spells 
license. We musft thereford, 
caution In liberalism. - This I Is ^ the 
,troublo with labels not rnfi*euUently 
they Ate .libels. We_ttiu8t be careful 
that our term he riot" ttnfortiinato and 
damaging. What constitutes liberal 
rellglun and what liberal men? W« 
are agreed that <,)rthodoxy. Ja dead; 
and wev are here to bury It, without 
regret,-7 wUhou-t- mlsglvlng-....nat, .how- 
ever, with exult.'ttiim. ■ We ciin rever- 
ance the museum nf religious ahllaiil- 
ties. An old Jewish story tells that 
Moses placed the broken and unhrokr- 
en tablets of the. law in the ArR. The 
moral is o,)?vlous. ^^ \Vc regtird reliiiion 
' Wll'lT''"''nr~"wlder- o»tli'*i'K-^Oi'^dV.:aid..^^^^^^ 
grandparents. We cannot he satis- 
fied with the forms that their religion 
tuoK. Th(^ Orthodox (VnrlHtian and 
the t'yrlhoilox jew lived and lived in 
"an atmosphere of convention, tradition 
luisterity. theology, dogma. 'creed, fear 
and all tho fither vicious elrciiiiistan- 
ces that hold their a.lherenl>i in a fatJil 
grli>. We llbcrala ha\ e changed all 



McPliee 

The remains of the late Archibald 
McPh«e, who died some time ago at 
Rivers Inlet, B. C, were shipped 
yesterday afternoo/i by the B. C. Fun- 
eral Furrtishlng Company to his hoiwe 
in Antlgonlsche. Nova Scotia, for In- 
terment. Dr. E. C. Hart, i ■ -r ],\y 

of the deceased- accom I' m- 

mnlns ti? the east. 




Don't Forget 



That 



— t 




„P,. ,1 , growth, a tnarvellous ex 

pansloii^aiid its- guarantees Of contlnu 
^^f»(H»^lAy-4^-dopeiidettce,..ujma...th.e»P.d.Qf i- 
our fntheVs. In the spirit of justice t- 
Mubject peoples, and In the. Incorporntl. 
of Christian Ideals Into th.- -n. rnnivi.i. 
of civic ond nntldhal life % 

'Pho Bymbollc I'ispresent 1. 1.... '>i Hrlt- 
tnnla and her rule was not subllmost ns 
Hhe helVl In lensh the lion of power or 
held aloTt the trident of ocean ndght; but 



whoh she presented herself at tb^ 
(llvlno altar and prayed: "For frnnlle 
bonBt^arnT"foolIsh worrl, tbV r.Ten-y on 
Ty~f)?i5pTe, Lord!" as Kipling has so 
grandlv oxpresried U. Our. Lord bad 
conriiicred men by his redeeming love. 
The E.gyptlan legend of Oslrla' going 
forth to' conriuer tftewOrtd with music. 
was a beautiful fancy, but It was ex- 
ceVlftd in the transcendent story of the 
cross, and Its mennli\g. to win mankind 
(o vlflue. Christ makes his followers 
conquerrirs too— over mean and selfish 
Idenls; over ,' habits of thought--whlch 
darken_ the soul; over practices whicli 
dergrado the body; and over lncon«i»ten- 
clo:< of conduct which deny the fnllh, 

'so (hat a nittn 'nny wetir "the ^ylllto 

rioWf'r of n- bltt^tHel+'»« life," and worthily 
follow thp- Master. Tims It cattvo to pftsa 
that Cli Hi tl anj ly w as a r_el |gl Ph „ol„.co n - 
MUoMug causes. 

In the fac.n of -persocntion. <»bstnhles, 
imd ovorwholming proldoms^ gi;Mit vic- 
tories bad been won. . Chrlsllaniit.y had 
glvi'-n the world the Bible, vanduisheil 
Mupar.SiUlionH._ eradicated .><lnvery, faced 
tiealhenlsiiV in Its undent eitiu1el«, 111111 
rnel iiiiuiy viclorlfis vicloiloiisly. The 
iiiusu of womun had trluiiipbed, the 



A PESTIFEROUS GERM j 

- ' 1 

Burrows Up the Scalp Into Dandruff, 
and Saps the Hair's Vitality. ] 

I ' ople who complain of falling h;iir 
.: ,1 rule do not know that it [f the 
result of dandruff, which Is caused byj 
a i>estiferous parasite burrowing up 
the scalp ns it diKs down to the 
sheath In which tho hittrls fed In the 
scalp. Before long the hair root Is 
shriveled up and tho hair drops out 
If the work of tho germ is not dcs- 
troped hair keeps., thinning till .t>nld- 
noss comes. The only way to cure 
dandrtiff Is to kill the germ, and until 
now there, has been nd hair jirepara- 
tlf.n that would (»i It' but tiKlay 
daiidruff is easily eradi/ated by New- 
bro's llorplclde. which makes Mir 
glossy aiul ftoft as silk. y(5ld liy 
lending druggists. Hend lOr In .Htamps 
Tor sample to The Her.i>lclde Co.. l)e- 
troit, Mich, One ilollar bottles guar- 
anteed. Cyrus H. Bowes, Special 
Agent, 1228 Government street. 




If yOu wish to know more about ihe I 
\aliijible opportunity for iiivestnient 1 
wbb'h Is presented hy the oil proji- 
ertles \ybich"'"ThP Amnlg.-imated De- 
\olopmeiit conipahy ' posses.sea at the 
Kalalla. AlasU:i. oil fields, nr>Ply '" ' 
Auld. Cwln it McfMnrty, r.lS H(istlng,s ] 
Street West. Vancouver. ♦ 



This Hot, Dry :: 
Weather 



:: HelstennairTopniai] ;; 
andGompi) 



General Agents 

1207 Government Streijt 

Phone S.S 



BOYS BE 
INDEPENDENT 
MAKE MONEY 
BY CARRYING 
THE COLONIST 



If a boy wants to earn his 
own money. The Colonist 
will help him, do it. The Col- 
onist needs a few industrious 
boys as carriers. By deliv- 
ering The Colonist in the 
morning outside of school 
hours, a boy can earn his 
own money without associ- 
ating with undesirable com- 
panions. The boy thus en- 
gaged is not the kind to get 
into trouble- This kind of 
boy is bound to win. The 
training that he will get will 
be of inestimable value in 
later life, and through his 
work for The Colonist will 
help lay the foundation of a 
successful career and a use- 
it'L Hitizenahip. Boys that 
would like to carry The Col- 
^--■•^t will please make ap- 
plication at The Colonist 
Circulation Department. 



\ 



Tfike ;i trip around the .Sound by ' 
.■Ktetttners of V. ('■ B, S, Co,, sailliig | 
weekly. Cheap excursion rate. Phone 

4. r-y- , ■ 



^» »»♦♦'• e'e e e-»r»eee e e 4 e > •'• »♦ ■» 



ISubicribe for THE COLOJilST 



SI G N S 

[ . ■ - ^ . ... . ..„ .: - 3= 

That Arc Mtfictlve 



kind W4_ 
»lgn 



~i0ltr~ 



VICTORIA DAILY CblX)NIST 





ELECTRIC GO^Ld. 





VERY iPRESSM 

■ ■■' , / ■■ 
_______ ' , 

" ' I of^en oi an oxcGinuinuiiy dik aize raiiM,- 

Last RitftS for I ?itp nnntninh"* ''» '«"K-th from so to 30 feet. The 

" r-,',. o ,^'^^^^^;" destructloM of theae Xlsh will i,rt.v.:. of 



^ 



rs-E 



Thur«diy, Augiuat 4, 191V 



the shark's liver, the Moat Important 
and profltabla product p( that tlah. 
Sharks are flahed for with chain lines 
and bait. The carcaaeih o* the aharlc' 
will be put aboard the schooners and 
taken to the dlfTerent whaling stations 
where they vtlll be treated" similarly 
to whale carcases, l^argo Kclioolft! of 
sharks have,.-. been seen In the wha|lng 
hplr off this coast, ami thu ttsh have 
been of an Tl'XeGiitUinully big ai/.e riing- 

. >C 

Peter Elliston Participated inK-<'"«i<ii''ai'ie vaiuo to the other luh 

I crlfs (111 the i:o«st as their depreJa 



Yesterday Afternoon- " byi'l/''^ arei'iiori.ums'uj7d tt'iort; have bo.:-n 

Mo \ J' I r\'L< Inmnerous IristaiU'c.M In \vhu'h they havo 

any OOlCllOIS and UltlZenSiattai-kedand klUwl whales. T|j«-achoon- 



, c-i's with wlUch It .i.s inU'iidfd to llsh 

■..„ '" ^ twlH, It Is expected, each, toud with a 

,i ! carRo of sharks (about sixty) In a 

■ Ono of the larRest mliitarv funeralH ' '"'""f''^ ''^^'''>;« ^''^f;^ V'',*^''" 1'\mI''''; 
thai lta« taken plave in th)«. .city *atj ' ''^°''7 l-r«duct^of the Bhark valua^ o ..i 
th,u which wended ttsyw^ay yesterday ; "«^ process tor ^'^^^'^ ^A^^..^B 




I 





Dominion Government Com 
mission Inquiring Into Mat 
■terWil, Shortly Visit Pacific j 
Coast to Collect Data 




■ '*» 



the remains of the late Capi. P. Elus- 
ion, V. ,H. (i. A., frotn. hliresJilShCirTrt; 
Kellxtowe to Codur Hill cemetery In the 
Mhadfd tcrouiiils ..i* St i,iii<..'« ehurpK- 

yiircl. ■•■•'- 

ills L.ordt»;.;,. ii,.,i„,ij Lin.ii, assisted 

U^' ^!!i!!^„^^^f ?^ ^'" ^^""''Vioi^^th; 'canamg^r^^j;;?sw""n^iT^^, 

;-f'"'-U>. ^.haplalH of the por.nane t u -reaches the poast. The output- 



t orcea and IWVT T. H. 



^_ VV Ji 1 1 e nj) .uuthgnttc Inforgiattlpn "In 

forthc-oMilns: there seems little doubt 
that tjR- object. otMc-sHrs, Mai-kt-nzie 
and Manil In, acnulrinK ftahtmer inter- 
e.'its In British Columbl.-i is with the 
iidea of prov'kUng — fr-t.i«FUt— sWpu»£uia 



the^Kleoirlcul 



THE CANADIAN BANK 
OF COMMERCE 



URAV OFFICE, TORONTO ^ 



XSTABUSUEI) 1867 



B. E. WALKER, President I Paidup Capital, $10,000,000 

ALKXAiSfDER LAIRD, General Manager I J^eserve Fund, - 6,000,000 



and the rector of 8t Luke's church, „, .„„.. ,,„..„,., „,u,„ „„„„... i„ „^^a h« 



condiicted-the burial service's. Tho-offl" 
oers. and men of the, garrison' and of- the 
Fltih regiment, and a number of offi- 
cers -ef-^the Sixth reslmer^t •^>f Vancou- 
ver und JMth of "Nawt-jMreaUiJlnater. at- 
tended the sorvlcea. The pallbearers 
"vvwe Majui' E. .-R.— Toohcy. district pay- 
maatef, Capt. B. T. 0rake, A-. t>.-C. ti>^ 
the Lieutenant' »«jovernor, ' Capt. A' K- 
Macdonald, It. C. G, Ar^Capt. Glllep. 
4:'-r-0:-e., Capt.' C. Harris and Capt. T. 1). 
Veltch 



Of tons yearly. This guano ■ la used as 
a ferlHtz.er. These products are at pres- 
ent shipped to Oallfornta ^nd- the Ha- 
waiian IsIandsT'rhff Canadian wheat 
fteld^S^:w411-mten.tually . bfi_JUl need of fi^- • 
llllzlnff. What Is now virgin land after 
a certain amount of cropjiing will luive 
to be r.eplenlshed by art iflel a l m eang" 



The Victoria Trades . and Laboi 
i eounoll met last evening, presidcni 
. -\\ ;u tt"ui:§, ,!.^c.u.tJ,pyiiiK:, th<^.,. cha tr . 

The International Hi i.th<iiuM„i .,i 
'Teaffisf rs ■ " w eYo" -. 1 1 ted f or 1 1 1 . ■ 

-ilrst ttiue-v-Jait^ — Ij' .. , ; ..-..-...TUampaon 
and li. A. Lindsay. H. u'. Wilson re- 
ported as delegate ot 
Workers union. 

The hali committee^ riiad e'irTepo it ' 
-i^'i^rrnnix-rnling- a :rii!9nctTdn'"tn~runr"Tw 
• alt workers wIm 'w'.ro (^UKajiiid— ni or 
Hunizing, 
■f- — ' XVi J ' f 13 6 will ■. ■■•■ I'j .1. I, n . >\ i. I,,-. 
*the recelpCot *t-;i*kiialL;J»unvrrt -y*»iii« 
jnuhlcation and /stated tnjii the re- 
Tjuest ol the lauor unions re KartjuK* 
worKera would receive ttie iinuJeuiai.<,- 
aiterulon ut the city, council, i 

_ line special cOmiuissiou a.pp61ntod 
Jjy Uie - JJuutlaiou saviifixmeiix. to eu- 
(lut re into tucnmcai euucatiOn as mf- 



()f tin- lliiihesl Kind / , - ' 

Excelling AH Others 

111 Tdiic, Quality and Cori^lniction Details 

STEINWAY, HEINTZMAN ^CO.. NORDHEIMER, Etc 

,Alvv?i.y.<;"att A-RSBt in trhevHotne 
Call and HeHr~Them Played 

M. W. Waitt & Co^ Ltd. 



HERBEFTT KetMT, 



Oldest Music House in B. C. 

MGR. 1004 GOVERNMENT ST. 



Branches throughout Canada, and in the United States and [-ngland 



SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT 

Deposits of $1 and upwards are received and interest allowed at current 
rates. Account.s may be opened in the^aiiTes of two or 
more persons and withdrtiwals made by any - 

,.one of them or by the .survivor. 124 ■ 

T. ti. Crawlord, ManafBr, Victoria Branch. 






I If 's the Crimp That Coonfs 

— , -^ : , '■ ' ?_ i il " - 

THE CKIMP ^IW THE ZINd IS THE EPPXCTIVE PABT OF A 

Washtoard— Eddy's "2 in 1" and "3 in i" 

Aic ?o named because all, the GOOD. FEATURES m the 
CRIMPING of the ZINC of all others are combine.d7~con$e- 

quently are tlic ,, / ■ ' 

Most Improved and Up-tp Date 

They make Avashing t-a^y, a n d n o t orn -Gloth es. TRY THEM.' 

Also Eddy's Fibreware Tubs and Pails 

Made in one solid piece. ^.Nc> hoops to fall off. Cannot 
leak. Will nut rust.. Will not taipt liquids. „ 

Are Light and -Durable 

he L B. EDDY COMPANY, LIMITED. riULL, CANADA 

'"Always every wherp in Canada, ask for Eddy's Matches:'* 



in order to keep its efticlency up to 
the producioK standard. In this way 
it ir'antifipated that rrahadlan waters 
, ^ . will help to sujiport tite efHeieney-of 

A large number of prominent <.,,nadian wheatfields, while the food 
citizens attended. The iloral <^f {^^i^ii>^ \ t\an fries will help to_sdpB>rt_thel1n- 
were numerous, covering the hear.se a.id I .r„,,^,„ population "of the ".prairies." 
a curriaKe following it. ,^ projected trade will mean the~ex- 

1 .Tirure — 51 — cTinsTtlCTable sums — at 



The flrltiK party wa» drawn ue In 
Hrounds of Fellxftowe where the "J'-ii' . y^y^pj^-iiT^^ province and particular 



of the late commanding officer of the 
locHl- artillery forces rested, surrounded 
l)y tloral offerings In .the dVawinKrooni 
of lils late residence. Col. Pvlvrd, of- 
ficer commanding t'le Itth mHuaxy dis- 
trict. Major Bennett. Capi. I..lnd8ay and 
other officers of the ^lermanent" forces. 
Lieut, Col. Currle. and the majority of 
the officers of the Fifth re«rlmcni C. 15. 
A., and a large alssembly of citizens 
stood at attention, as the body was car- 
ried, surmounted by a Cnlon Jack with 
the helmet and sword of the dead sol- 
dier on It. to the waiting hearse. The 
firing party. In command of I. lout, .L. W. 
S. Cockbiirn, R, C. Q. A., presented arms, 
and at the slow march proceeded on the 
long tramp over the country jc . ■ 

ThroughHie 4l-ne« of waiting 

drawn up nt either side of the road the 

Hrlng party proceeiSJitid... !jead<yj.t)U' tlio 

i band of the Fifth regiment playing 

I Chopin's Funerai March. The hearse 

and. Its burden, ■ the carriage with the 



ly on Vancouver Island whlch_vvni_,be 
the -centra, of the n.-^hlni,' operations. 

Company's Hofdinas 
■ The . hokUtiga of the PaetSc-WhaHng 
company which are abaut to '>■■■""•■' 
hanJs Comprise four whiiUng: 
situated at Sechart. Kyuyuot, x t.- • 
Litgoo and- Ros» Harborr Ftr ^rsteatri 
whulers, the Str Lawrence, Orion, W. 
tlj^ont, tiermanla and SebivstlHii are 
operuted by the company. The stations 
are the only ones on the Pacific coast 
and ai'e fully equipped with up to-d»to 
apparatiis, two of them, those at Kyu- 
quot find Rose Harbor, having cost 
over $100,000 each to erect. 

Mr. A. D.,.McHaa.aLUjL Colonel A. U. 
Davidson who have ' taken the on^tlon 
on, the Pacltlc Whaling i-umpan.v's hold- 
Wigs ate largely identillod with, , -Can- 
adian Nortliei-n intcrcjsts" In t.he^ prov- 
ince. The former Is general manager 
of the Canadian Western Lumber com- 



fl<jral offering.'!, -and carriages* with the'pany, an organisation controlled by 
mourners passed through the lines and ; -Mr. William M.i ' ■ and associates, 

thf-n the forces formed behind, atrd after He is also vice :it of the Canada 



cawwwiW M. ll — I l uw i , t 



University School 



FOR BOYS 



VICTORLv, i;. C. 

FOR BOYS 




Xmas Term ..-orrimences Sept. 6th 

At 9:30 a.m. 

Fifteen Acres of Phiyini^ Fields 

in j^pacious New Brick Building. • 
Ace<>mmoTitition for:T2o BofdefS. "< 
Chemical Laboratory; Organized Ciadet Corps: Musketry In- 
struction: I-ootball and Cricket: Gyjmnasium 
,Tnd Indfjor Rifle Ran,q:e. ' ' ' ^■^ 
RECENT SUCCESSES AT McGILL AND R.M.C. 

W^ARDEiN: 
Kcv. w.W. Bolton, M.A., Cambridge. 

,.^„: ^PRINCIPALS: -^^^ * 

R. V. Harvey, MA^ Cimb., J. C. Barnacle, E^q.„ Lond. Un-k., 

assisted by a resident staff of University Men, 

For Pro^^pectu'i Apply theP.nrsar. 



ii!i!0 catne a line of carriages that 
, .-tr.iched far to the rear. 
1 It 1V8.M n long march to the church at. 
; Cedar Hill, where ttie fupt'ral services 
I wete conducted In .St. Luke's churph. 
I Then. tho'Ca&ket was borne out to the 

gmvoyard, and .lowered Into the gnive. 
I Th(» tiwrvlcp at the graveHlde was riiost 
i The— Fifth r^S'went band 

j : th'» singing of the hymn, 

l/.Neurcr .My ', TlVee." . At <he eon- 

I ciusioa, of ! , ic4!-±ha -firing party 

1 flrcfd til!- K of blank ammunition 

"v«»r tlv iinrt the buglers played 

''"St,"' • '- , 

Bxi«ad' Sympathy. 

meeting of tUe exie'cntlve com- 
...,,1. ..f the Anglican I'l-r—" nf Brlt- 
l.>;,h Cidumbla. held at I' ^se last 

,,i.,i , .ijp following resov.. ciw;j wa» pro- 
> the Rtiral Dean Rev. W. B. 
A.,,i,. seconded by Canon- -Ctrpperr 
•'That this ofimmlttee, la shbcked and 
grl<>vod to hear of the sudden death of 
' ,»pt, Peter Elliston, fn whom- His M«- 
■ '■ ' ' • .1 valuable officer, the 
a much esteemed niem- 
,-.1.. iiuii . I. ..inik's, Cloverdale, a faith- 
ful churchwarden. Be It 

Resolved, "that we hereby extend our 
lolartfelt sympathy to his sister. Miss 
lOlHston and his orphaned .children. Juilth 
a prayer, that CrOd In his infinite 'wis- 
dom has removed our bnither' _ f^ ^ 
larger sphere, of influence, may'"gi\' 
tho^e left behind the_ !!p£ace of , Oou 
which passes all jjiDderstandlng." 



Collieries comp.itiy wnich owns what 
were' formerly kn<jwn as the Dunsmulr 
<'Oal interests «f\ the- Island. Colonel, 
]>;iv:*lson ■who/has been In Victoria 
during the ^ , ' v days Is a director 
of the Cai; jrlherli railroad. 




^-Yacht Will. Be Constructed 
TIere to Try for Blue Ribbon 
■Event of " InternatJdiiaLJe- 
gatta Next Summer - 



That VietorJa will have a. chaHonger 

for the .Al?'-r ' ""i -■■ '■•-'ore the next^ 
unnijSl 1-ni' (a is assur- 



-T>v£. - -.vnrixii^— 



PLAN EXTENSION 



OF FISHERIES 



(< ontinuert-i'Vom Page One.) 



! 



This ann"unt:> : 
cent meeting .'■; : , 
local club and wa» received with en- 
"■ thuslasni. 

It is the Intention to ask the per- 
.mla-ilon of the trustees of the trophy, 
which symbolizes .the northwest chu in-, 
tH»rtHh4|v to build, under the Universal 
Rules without delay. As Ted Gt'ary, 
the youthful deslgt»er and yachtsman, 
.vi' Heattle. propoK, iructlng hi.- 

S)iirli III under tl^ latlons, an.! 

inasmuch as it Is inuo'iMtiMid to be the 
Intention of the V^ancouver club to^ad- 
opt ' the same ' plan. It appears as 
though, thi« pi-oceedlng l-'» little more' 
than a formality. The. trustees will 
agree and fortSvith vdoi.is will Ix- se- 
cured from Fife, or some other pronil- 
nent Hrltlsh or Canadl.m designer,, and 



lectins labor will soon vusit the Pa 
citic coast in an ulLiciai capueuy, Tli.j 
OJi.ecutive council ol the A^abor Con- 
Kitss ut' Can'auu v\rote Bivinjj lull uc- 
-ctms or the -VForK tnarr-^tne-commnjaion 
wouKl cover and auviaiUjj me laoor 
ui. •' . liai« thoii^ ^xuiio^-U'^ell pre 

pii! : tl ready tor preueritavion, 
wnen t lie time arri ved. 
• aecretiiry uillian oi the lioller inalV- 
crs. recently re-urganizcd wrutu.cn- 
A!lot».«H^-the fee«--j*-ml saying that, the u . 
ueiCKaiea would t>e pres.L'nt ut Uiej 
next meeting. The secretary w4is m-l 
siructeU tX) e.xprtiss to, me ooiler-| 
nial'iers the pleasure with which all 
me other unions receivi 
ol their re-organlzation. 
-*lie- yueaWon o£ BeiMhg^legatcff to; 
represent -the council at Uie i)|ext! 
convention of the labor eonii'rea.s of 
Uanaaa which takes place at Fort 
\\ anam on ino.i-th oi Septcinbef 
\v u,-< th en ii'k*- r> Mp. "'"' rlia: ;MW|'<'^'i ■■< ', 
sohie lensth and it wus finally de 
ciued to send on*.- delegate, and dule- 
Kiiics Clark, aknOorn, aherk and Vh-' 
u. rimith were eiecteii to proviiiu I'un.i., 
J, C. Watters was u.nanlinou: 
ed-' to represent the council. 

The e.vecuiive council were Instruct- 
ed to prt-paro a case on behalt ot tji<- 
labor unions" to be laid beiore, iIi>j 
commission on technical education. 

Ueleguto Stierk ot the Laborers' 
Union made a motion that this coun- 
cil present a memorial to the Righ'- 
Hon. Hir WtlfrW l>aurier. Premier ci 
Canada, stating distinctly th« case oi 
white labor as ugiiiuat ttie 'inrush oC 
Oriental labor, he stated that lioardsi 
of trade aiid-tll kinds of people werel 
making representation;? to Sir Wilfridi 
and ,lt was about time that white kt-j 
bor' ha<l it-s .case l«i'i before him. Af-j 
ter Conslderalile <■■ .'i it w aa de- 

elded to present case 'To Sl|~ 

WiUrUL and the executive were, IHtj 
structed to prepare the l>rlef. ' 'i. 

It was decided that Labor Day this,! 
year should be' celebrated in this city i 
ui>der the auspices of the labor couu-j 
.1:. The following comuiittee, w.'is ap- 
, . I to ihake all neccssairy ar-; 

. aients. Messrs. Ryan, Sivertz.! 
.Nickeison. Sherk, Burke, \Viison, Lind- 
eev.and .Murphy. The committee will 
n^eet at ^o'clock Friday evening In 
Labor Hall and , t-onvmence vigorou^r 

work; ' ■ v.. . » i 

The delegates of the— machinists' 
union announced that their men were 
¥tlll on strike and' there was no sign 
or weakness yet. nor is. there likely to_ 
be. The situation, along the coast as 
far as Los Angeles is still on a strike 
basis, but the unions are gradually 
arTd surely gaining ground, and Hie, 
unions t^d no feiti- of the final -re-, 

^« to co-operate with the strmiji. 

. I .a rh inist s aTiTt-ESSTst them in ever. 
lisslble. 



Best Grocery Values in Town 



I i •' i . ( . ^ ■ i • u V\' D ERS, ^4 .packets 

CV CREAMERY BUTTER, 3' lbs, 
.jvl.SH EASTERN EGOS, dozen .... 

OtNt^ER SYR I ' P. 2 lb. tin 

t:" )ICE,J1AM ' lb. _ 

Our Special Geylon Tea, '3 
lbs,=i£)f... .......... — .... 



?1.00 
25c 



?1.00 



The Saunders Grocery Co., Ltd. 

- \\ii'.i\. \ou Gel li!c ]■! -• ;i!id Chcaj'(.;.l 

Phone 28 561 Johnson Street 




Just Looking At It 

enough' tp^ give peoplo a lonsr- 
iiig for 'aonje of bur meats .i.i-t 
one taste of It is -enoii.: • 
make the.m resolva- to bu\ an 
their meat here hereafter. And 
■wlien they find our prices ar£__njQ_ 
higher thaS^'— those, of ordinary 
tr.nats their resolution 1b cUndied. 
' n-ie look and long. 



N'liil Roasts . . 
Mutton Roasts 



IDEAL MEAT MARKET 



. . . : lOc 

15c 

15c 

aoo 

620 YATES ST 

PHONE 514 



Eat an Apple a Day, 
Keep the Doctor Away 

Cookli ' 

Fine eai;r.-i; a|';M'j<, .> lu.'i.... 

Nice ripe pears, per lb..'. ... 

I'.-'iM hps, per lb. 

Lfirge, fancy banariti..-' ii.-i ■;..». 

Fine .PXeMrylnK-.^he^rles.^ per, 

^ lb. .........••• ....... ..la'ac 

Large ripe blackberrlea, pr Jb l5o 

-We can well cater to your fruit 
needs. Everything' In season, do- 
mestic and foreign. - 



-7#|- 










-est 



1 rio. 



Giivcrninciit Street 



urcce 



ry Company,Ltd. 

Tels. 88 and 1761, 




Opera House 

ONj: NiaHT ONLY— SATUBDAT, 



NiaHT ONLY— 
AXJOUST 6 



ts the local organization 

., ......h superior to Its American 

rivals. ' 

A New Departure 

he eatabllshment of shark flaheries 
■ in tl^» coast Is a new departure a? 
far as the continent ts concerned, and 

elsewhere these ha\e only been carried 

! out on the Norwegian and Icelandic 
toasts. These flshcrieisi will b^ conduct- 
ed from schoaners which will be spe-. , , , , 
clnlU' built tor the purpose, fitted with *',s soon as they are obta tied construc- 
the necessary apparatus for rendering- ''-;j^>''^'-^-unod !" ^Uils^clty. ^^^ 

blue ribbon contest the (juestlon aris- 
es as to whether one wlU not have to 
hf weeded before the actual struggle 
for the (?up takes place. No doUbt if 
both Vancduver iind Victoria come, for- 
ward with challengers It will be nec- 
essary to decide which Is the best,, the 
one proving stK-ceflsftxl in the trials 

meetlnij ./as Oanada'a re- • ■ viii\-i. 

"the craft-chosen . by tile .u;.. 

with respect to the. oirlier sldc^ should 
I,, I, ( i;iii« under- 
take to produ<;£,^a I i.se' that 
to be created by U ; - n bejiulf 
of the Seattle yachtsmen. 



M-i; 



MONDAY, AUOtrST 8th. 



rjinmberlatn'fi; f^onc. ,Chi/ 
niarrho.-.i Renie'cly Iss today 

^^ZV^,. :^L:?.«:::^2L!li;i:^i MARGARET ANGLIN 

griping. diarrhoOa, dysentery. »"' .^*^^*„eat triumph 
shoi>ld be taken at the llrst unnatural •-' «f'^««'^ ^"" * 

Voseness of the bowels. It Is equally 
enbi!ibh>>- for children, and adults. It 
cures. Hold by all dealer.s, -• 
<h saThiori, 25c ea-ch. Brown & 



UNO! MALL 

SPOKANE 

A Goq.rdlnir and Day Sbhool for Oirls. 

A church school whose aim, . Is the 

ver y b«i»t . 1 R Ins t rue t ors a'uf I e<i i.i 1pm en t- j - - ■ ^ -^ -.- — 

Cheerful, hoinollkcj buildlng.n; wli/ita- The same rule, doubtlesf. 
.•loihe cllmsttv: gymna.'slum. music hall; 
;, private ihoatplcals.. .Special features are ] n il y — Of— t-hrr^-Washb 
tlv* -artr-atutllo, giving Instruction In 
different art branches and the m.usii; d(»- 
pariment with Its staff of foreign' 
trained instructors, tl'ertlficate admits 
!.. .1'. \v<ill«»l«y and other- eastisrrr- 
ir further Information, ad 



i!AT?,.ICY, Principal, 



Here Is ;\n'nh<;r ici.^siiMii ..niiirrn- 
ing the staietnents r>f the Amalgamat- 
ed Develd.pment company, with regard 
to their oil properties at Katalla, Al- 
aska. It Is from Mr- <'ha3. N. Mae- 
Dougall, one of the -party of .Vancoi. 
yer gentlemen Who left the Termlna! 
City on "the 20th of .luly to Inspect the 
oil '/lelds. Tie writes, under date of 30 
Julv, from Katalla, Alaska, as follows: 
"Further investigations exceedingly 
satisfactory, .starting for Redwood, 
Entire jiarty delighted. , ■ .- • 



"The Awakening of Helena Richie" 

The r.ew i'i'';> in. tinir i-icth. Hilapted 
from Margret lielatul'a novel, by Char- 
lottH .Tli'>iiit>.x"n, I.oiiis Nethers-ole, man- 
ager, 

10 a. 'm. P'riday. .Vlail orders will rer 
celve their >i?=ual attention. 



Corrig 



Coil. 



JAMES BAY ACADEMY 

A Private High )*fhool 
Academic Dopartnient — l-''in ni:M:; s 
!,>iion :tn_tn'.o,-i'eai;e. -.Ptn i 

».ii' n. f. L. !^. "nn.d otiiei 
Bplenaid matrionlatlon saoceBgos tUlii 
Biiinnier. 

Commercial Derartment — .s ""Ttllly) 

ciulpped modern Bn»lne»B College in < 

iifltge of an e,xpf-r)' i;. fl Coininorclnl ^ 

Bpeclallst, h" OoM Medalist lit <;i-»>(;kj 

.-jior ili;inil "Text book* furnished fre«_ to j 

Btudejite of thl» rtopartmant. | 

tiny end Evening Cln«iie». 

v.Mii'^'i nil irMinlri'-.-- !•• ' 

The Prlncipel, James Bey Aoaaomy, | 

I'limie ;.IMI. 1*)*; .Medina St. 



('i'l-i fulmar (..a'-tlfi) 
WHITBY. ONT, 
CANADA. 



ONTARIO 
LADIES' 

COLLEGE"-'^-'-"-"-" 

lM:;Kt JiCr SURROUNDINGS 

. Littroiurr Elocution 

Music fine Art* 

Housttiold Science, etc. 

Splendid orK.uiirr.tion. Rnte» mo<ier»te. 

^v iuiK no; r»!iN< ir*i, tor rAi;«MiARr 

\'A:\. .1. J. IIA.RK. I'll. P. 

Whit!<.v. C>nt. 



Jege 

Beacon Hill Fark Vlotojfla, B. C, 

-■' lecL—JlIgh Craclo I.'ay aad 
ling College . for Boys of 8 
16 years. Refinements -»t- 
^ell-appdlnted' 'firerhfTemen's homr 
in lovely Beacon lIUL.Park. Nun. 
: llmltod. OiTtdoor sports. Cre- 
I' .1 for BuHlhess Life or Pro 
f' t.iiopal or Cniverslty exanilna- 
I'iotiB. Fees Inclu.slvo and strict- 
Iv morleratc. A few vnr.Tnelc» at 
:i iMiiiiii term, Hei': i-m!.i'r l.st. 
Principal, J. 'W. 0HT7KCK. M.A. 



Calgary's: Pf*ogress. 
■CALOAR'V, Anrnv:! .■?.,~Owing to the 
r<-sldentlal o.xt' to tho city the 

rapid .growth •<>: i. i I'aii 44-Htrlct8 and 
I the consetjuent necessity An- extension 
of the street car lines, the city has de- 
I elded to erect a neXv auxiliary power 
I plant to provide < addlttonal motor, 
j power requli'cd'.by the operation of ad- 
rlltlopal,, cars, t'ontracts have been 
I avvarrteti' as follows; 900 hor.Mp powor^ 
•with condenser, to Robh Kufifirieerlng 
i;!y,--iAmherst. N.S., at $14,850; 
.It) ixnd Walker. Qf Toronto, a 
t- f,.-iirtt-or. Mt $«j"00; tlubcock and 'VN'll- 
. \, Ltd., of Montreal, four water tube 
, boilers, with su lief heaters, steam pip- ] 
'Ing'aifd grate stokers^, at $40,720. ' i 

\' Atf<Jet?^TTR7 - : A-i.t.ijrr--r ^ ^P rfiwpp£ts:i, 



; for a, good salmon catch are now as- 
I sured^ - Another big hetul wa^ made 
yesterday, and the fish )\te< reporteil 
1 luino-rous arovind VancOpver faland. 
I .Mrnii-Ahlle the flgurt^s tallied by th'' 
I I 1 ii,; .,r river ..llshermto arA sieadlh 
rh^iug. YfSterda.\''B catch amounted to 
112,500, of. wJilch the local boats secur- 
torin, v.c , high-grade day and board- . c-a over 70,000, hi.'idc up as follow.sf 
tng tchool for voung . ladles of nil i Si'Mtli.'^h ("amidlan. 12.000; I'hoenfx, 
AH subleet^ tauaht Proa i K'.OOT; Inip^a-bil, VO.OOO; Culf of Uebr- 

Ail suojeits taught. 1 rog- ^^^^^ 7,558; Ynnronvor Cannery, 7,000; 



UNIVERSITY iCtlOOL FOR 
GIRLS 

CI|\'e-Wolley House, Onk nay, Vic- 



Your Photo Will 

Always Please 

You 

ii j;oti iiavc it talten by u-. 

.Our appliances are iip-t(- 

date, all - Avork fifiiarantecl 

and 

Tl>RigES THK LOWEST ' 
— THE- 

Geo, //. Larrigan 

STUDIO 

1230 Government Street 
l.» f f-i€e-'i4i«H«-23C J . R«s. 687" - 



New Grand Theatre 

ViTEEK AUOUST let. 

Karry— THE ,atAYVII.I.ES— Elate 

Lllllpi.' - '■ "ti'lerK an.l !-;'■> rM:i:i.'.i- 

ettCR 

i;OZEZ>Z<E 

The Ariil WoiidCr 

JLT. lAWBENCB 

VaiidevlUe> irf^-iii-o.-: i|i-»lf comedian 

JOART ANN BBO"«riT 

\ ■ aude-V-Ubi'jS ..mpf3 C- . .?!,nc imiv tl n g^S.h^rAc ter 



M-rette presents Canada's fore- 
m'lst af-tor 

Harold Nelson 

.\n.l :i«.'j(ie!iilc leavers. In 

^'Pierre of the Plains" 

(Sir Gilbert Pttrker's plctnresnuo play 
' of Western Canada.) 

Prices— -2f.c, BOc, 7Bc. $1.00, Seats on 
sale Thiirsday, August 4th. 



EMPRESS THEATRE 

George A. I.evelle, Mauager. 



The Exclusive Picture Theatre 
Victoria. 



of 



Jns.. 



-MoCORKACK - iB.viNO'— Eleanor 

THOS. J. FRICS 

new^ moving PICTUKES 



ROJVUAIMO THEATJRE 

TONIGKT ._,.u,^_^_ 

Her Private Secretary, drama 1000 ft. 
Tlio Princess of Ys. , The WRshlngton 
Quaitctto, .'(<.ri«, "liriby l>n-.'s," reml- 
nliie Tenacity,' ir.uiedy f^r.fi"a -"Komo 
ami Sports of an English Oeatleiuwu, 
...liii-uiional. Keeping Afloat, drama. 
Romano Orcheirtra. 



\ I • w i '. the most recent pro- 

ductions by t!v> rlnest picture producing 
concerns of America. 



(A<lmU«.Ion 



10 Oenta 



We want yoij to faring .yotir friend* 

., — ^^.i—^,, — ..:,.. ■..^^i-fy --the ■ - ■.,.'-.■, 



EMPRESS 



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ages. 

pert us on application. 



j Prmcipal— Mr«, Stedham, Cert , Eng. 



7,fi58; VnneonvrT 1 'rinnery 
St. Alungo, 7,50(1; Kwe.x. fi,r,00; rh-ilish | 
Columbia, O.OiKl, and lijuuHwick 4,000. 



IKebnoy Soap — rtlelntetrtaafeilto 
reoommendtMl by f,ha mf«dlo»l proleaaiaa tM 



Specially Good In Quality 



r)u>- Butter at 350 or .'i Ihs. 
for ,'. .■.■.■■.■.• ..;:... ... . t$i.oo 

l'"»ney Trunk of Tea w^i^'h l''ek._ 

coiitfMns''^ 'n>«.. (oi-,'T'T."7i'OiS"' 
St. Ivel Luncheon ■ Tongtie, 
lUimb Tongue, etc... Potted YnVf- 
moulh. Bloater and Anchovy Pnste 
In OlaRs .lars, very neat aind da- 
licloue. - — 

(Slvp us a trial. "Wo shall value 
your patronage. — — - 

ERSKlNEy GROCERY 

PlTone 10«. 



t 



Pantages Theatre 



WESK AxrotrsT lat. 



Lewis & 



I.,aKe Co., present 
grent double bill 



anothep 



tf 



A Wild West Riot and 
"■WmOBB BABT A.WB T<nr7'T 
WB]>£^.WKOSai A»B TOVt 

N'lv.- tniorus, Si^ecial Hel tinge. Swell' 

PrK\e« '15 and 2,1 cents. 



"Wanted j:!upll» for emhroldery. Work 

of ■ nil klnd«.~Mfe. E. Claudlo, 8&1 

ft* [i^rouchton Street. • 



MA4ESTIC THEATRE 

,, TATES aTEJBKT. ,,_: 

••aooti«« ■•t>y," 

An adaptation from the tele Of HlBgHeh- 

army life. ' 

"TlM Vmtirlot'a panah»0fi» 

•lioatnMei (NkXttlT*!, 1*10.» 

,.. «*9ni« %Mm.p'Woti% XMwaatof.'* 



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Cbciap nt«din(f for c*m|n!»r« tHoA 

otheru: We are. xlearlu* ft l«t ot/(»ar 
7&0 oopyrtcht .novslti At lie m^tk 
art tor tiM^ Victoria Bad4l A ftm* 
ttontry C«., umitM. «„ 



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Si^^^S!!fflSfSlli»'« 






Thursday, August 4, 1910 



VICTOBIA DAILY COLONIST 




DISCOUNT 



FOR FRIDAY 
AND SATURDAY 




The Finest 

Suits We 

Ever Saw 



This is tlie remark 
which li.'is Ix'cn 
passed by every 
. man Avlin ha-s vtsitccl 
this store and ex- 
amined these 



New Fall 
Suits 



and a trne remark ii ;-, '■>y \\c "ur- 
selves are sitrprised at Uk- excellent 
quality, materials and fine work- 
manship of these suits throu£^-hout. 
considering the prices, which are 
indeed reasonable. — 

Hobberlin Made Clothes 

are made for men who take pride in 
their appearance. They are made 
to hold their shape and look well to 
the last. 'The styles .this year are 
extremely diversified^ as alongside 
of those of fdrtner years. 

Let us show them tcf you. Priced 
from $15.00. 

Hat Headquarters for Gentlemen 
Who are Particular 



■'iiS.V'.Vusi'l'r' 



-.T-*: 






FINCH & FIN 




1107 Government 
Street. \ICrORIA 



Matteraon but hid IrrepfwilBlble energy 
won out, for after lo»in» the flrat set 
he won the s<^ooncl and third. The most 
oonBijk'uously Btrohg play of the day in 
the gentlemen's singles was shown by 
Cardinal, who will probably be the 
runnur-up. 

In the mixed doubles Hepburn and 
Ml«8 Puarce scored a doclalve victory 
over Cornwall and Ml»s Ellis; they 
won the lirst set 6-1; atter which Hep- 
l)iirn was much leas certain In hia play 
and the aocoml ^ot rah to 11-9; fut 
with a total of 17 gameH to 10 there' la 
no quGistion as to which- was the 
.strotiKcr pulr. .Klrklirli'le and Miss M, 
Bell had aa easy match, and Rhodes 
and . Mrs. -Proctor, of Vancouver, de- 
cisively beat Jult(?s and ,. Miss Jukes. 
Mcnie lUnd MLhs Alice iiell jila^ed a 
^iii>ngr Kanie and easily won "^ their 
mutch. ■ , . 

In tlif- RciUloiiif lis doulDles B. P. 
*ychwen^ers and Caniblo had ii w,lvlk-_ 
ovoM- with Dewdncy and Poll(jk, who 
idayed a good game but were outclasfl- 
cd. 'i'he Vancouver pair, tilllatt and 
.JukfB, had no dlliicutty in accwuntlns' 
for Marslial! ami Ilyall. Cardinal and 
Alontgomcry liail lij work a little luird- 
or to dlau^'sc ol' Kltiict and J. IjCum- 
liiPT, uKainal whom tlicy .scored 0-4, «-:i. 
TsliT anij Macrae had no serious oppo- 
sition I'rom Wilson and l<aw8on. 

In' the ladles' drrnbies . Mrs. Gengo 
and Miss Pttt,H had an easy match 
afiralnst Sllss- Kills an->i_i\liss liarvey. 
Ch the othoi- hand, Mis.s Jiikesjirid 
Miss ii. Jukes only , beat Mrs. Crow 
Baker and Mrs. Proctor a^ter loslnu 
the^ second set 1-8. 

The lyon'soUitlon singles were start- 
ed I<»d4i\-. 'I'his is a new (luminit'ltlon 
lor men defeuied- in their lirat match, 
and it was conspicuously InauBairated 
by J, Ftlthet beating, Kingston, tlie 
Duncans crack, by two sets out of 
three. The win -vras all the more meri- 
torious, be<;au3e RUhet lost tlie rtrst 
set. It Is greatly to be regretted that 
he and Pooley coul.d_ not have had 
.some practice and played through the 
present tournament. They would un- 
doubtedly havenmatfe' It hot for any 
pair entering. 

Keefar is steering: ilirough 

the tournament aftd is ;i"iiiB to make 
a strong bid for the consolation prize 
in the preliminary round of which he 
defeated Met'allum decisively, ' 

By tonight (Wednesday) the first 
two rounds in every competition have 
been concluded. The management has 
the tournament . w^ll in hand, aml-if 
the pre.ient weather lasts there will 
be no dllllculty In pulling olT the finals 
!n good time on Katu rdwy^ T he courts 
continue to play well and the number 
of visitors increases daily. I heard a 
■veteran remark today that It the cum- 
ber of people who were present as 
spectators had been crowded Into the 
i.dd Belcher street grounds there would 
be no room for the players. 

The really exciting contt^tsts begin 
tomorrow (Thursday) as several of the 
cracks will ' come together and a parr 
tlcularjy interesting afternoon may be 
looked for. ' .^ 




Keefer. Winner of Dewduey und Mar- 
tin vs. winner of Ryall and !^. Gillespie 

REAL MOyS 
DRILL FOR TEAM 



Victor4a Lacrosse Players Are 
Working in Preparation for 
Saturday^ Matcli Witli 
Vancouver— Game Friday 



TODAY'S 



GAMES 
AT THE 



COURTS 



j 10:16 a. m.-^i^ardlnnl vs. Klrlthrlde. 

Ryall vs. S! Gillespie. ^ Ue.wdney vp. 

Alexis Martjn. Giillatt vs. Jephaon.MlSs 
, M i3eli vis. Miss lloU.son. Mrs. Proctor 
Miss FItZKlbbon. 



Miss FltZKlbbon. 
I n a. m.— Miss M. ^Itts vs. Mrs. CroT 
'^Rak'.'r. Ml.ss A. BeM vs. Miss G. Pitts 

i w\.*,tj^ ..n.l A.f-u ..r!u' .. I^ . a Mnni 



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Standard of- Play in Victoria' 
Annual Tournament Improv 
ing— Two Strong Men' 
Doubles Seen, in Action 



Tyler and MscrltB .totait WUiBOpaad" 

' - i-L«di««* Singles ' --; 

Mlsfl b. TPitts beat Mlsg RobertBOn, 
Cowlchan, 6-4, 6-2. „ 

Mls-s Pearce. beat Miss "Wara. 6-3, 
6-2: 

Ladies' Doubles 

Mrs. Green and— Mls^— Roberts beat 
Mrs. Innes and Miss Baker, Vancou- 
ver. 3-6, 6-2, &-6. 

Mrs. Marreltand Miss Tupper, Van- 
couver, beat Miss Ross and Miss Mus- 
grave, 6-1, 6-8, 6-0, 

Mrs. Genge and Miss Pitts beat Miss 
Ellis and Miss Harve.v, 6-2, 6-0. 

Miss Hodfson, and Miss Allen, Van- 
fou,ver, beat Miss Mara and Miss Fltz- 
glbbon. 6-0, «7l.^ 



Consolation Singles 



J. BIthst-beat Kingston; 2-6, 8*6,6-3. 

Marrett.^ Vancouver. beat-^Charleson, 
Vancouver, 6-3, 3-6, 6-3. 

B. G. Qoward beal Trewartha James, 
.7-6, 3-6, 6-4. 

D. S. Montgomery beat T. lieemlng, 
6-4, 6-1. 

Rae Thompson, Tacoma, beat Bow- 
croft. 6-2, 6-0. 

. Cambie beat Baker, Vancojuyer, ^-4. 
6'»2' '• '. . 

keefer beat E. N. McCallum, (i,-A,i*iki 



NOTES BY UMPIRE 

The third day's play revealed both 
the weakness and the strength of' the,. 
competitors in Die A'ictoria tourna 



n. B. Mont- 

-urdlnal. ^nd 

§.j Miss KoicCr' 

5 vs. ' (Crawford 

'' (J.-Sow^ 



Wliyte and Mrs. -Q* 
; Komor.v and Mlss^.l 
; MtH)? Allan- va. MrT 
' tJuglcr and Mr.* 

and Miss Pitts. 

ard. . -"^rft-ir- 

12 noon. — A. K. M • ..ijiu Vs. "CL-' 
Hchwengera. 1, 

2, p.m. — MlsB Y. ..Poiiyii-:"^ Mraj,Dewir 
Miss M. Puts anT"*Marshall vs. M 

Robertson and Ryajr 'I'he winner 

Cardinail unilWIss Allen and Mel. : u 
and Mlas IJaker vs. Rhodes— tmtl—Mi-^^. 
Procter. GUllatt- and Jukes vs. Kefefer 
and Klrkbride. Miss Phillips, vs. Miss 
Little. Pewa r vs. D; S. Montgomery. 

2:45 p. m.-^Mls? Pearce vs. Mrs. Hol- 
land. Tyler and Mlas Hobson va Macrae 
and Miss A. Bell, l^ampman vs. Ebcrts. 
Rlthet vs. C.' Pltt.i. \Burns vs. 1?pW.*ll, 
ComwaU vs. Hewetson. "^ ■ 

8:30 p.m. — Winner of M. Pitts aqd Mrs, 
Crow Baker vs. Miss N. Baker. * Winner 
of AVhyte and /Mrs. Genge vsV D. S. 
MoniRoiner^ and ^Ilssi'^ Jukes vs. Klrk- 
bride and Miss M. Bi»n. - "SVlnner of 
Klrkbride vs. Cardinail,! vs. B, I». 
Schwengers. Miss Hayne and Miss 
li'hlllips vs. Mrs. Lahgley and Miss M. 
"^Bell. 



■Owing to an inadvertent error in the 
official schedule »of the provincial ama- 
teur lacroaaaJLeaguc the <:olonist, fol- 
lowing suit, made a premature an- 
nouncement of a Vlctoria-Vanrlouver 
match on home grounds yester d ,^.y. T he 
game to be played here will take place 
on the 13th inst while next Saturday- 
the Islanders will meet the Terminal 
City stalwarts on the latter's sward. 

It was rer«Srted yesterday that those 
iisplring for places on the team were 
training faithfully. A drill was held 
(in Monday another on Tuesday and 
again they will be at it tonight. This 
sound.s gi.r.)d. Really it looks as though 
the boys were In earnest. While they 
should not keep up the pace tod long, 
or make It to hard that it will effect 
their condition for the match, strenu- 
ous work at this stage is the proper 
thing. Rumor has iv that they are tak- 
ing a lesson lout of Westminster's book. 

The team. It ^ stated, will be deflln- 
Itely selected o'n either Thursday or 
Frlday..flj3d . that the players will leave 
QjtFrlday evening's boat for the main- 
land. ■ ^l^.^.v^^^.. _: •■r^^^-- .:. 




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many cntbnsiast.i. Those 
are Cardln.,!, Who defeated 
by 6-0. 6-0; 
over -Trexvclir 



White there was nothing aensatlonaJ 
in yesterday's irlay In the Victoria an- 
nua! tennis jtpurnament; 1^ was note- 
worthy because of the higher standard 
citaint'd and on account of the fast 
that thore who have been cln-'-sifled hs 
Btars t'ld notdlssippolnt their ndmlrora. 
• A. numhcr of prominent racquet 
wh Iderp of Vancouvex Ilgured In vl?- 
toiies -\vhlch ha.s sent their stock up 
with a hound^-and placed them beside 
.some of the top notchers In the esti- 
mation of 
referred to 

Cuglfir, of Milwaukee, 
Rhode.'!, who triumphed 
6-1. 6-1; and Gllliat. ■ ' ■ V ■ > V !' v. 
a fast Victorian. 8-f. 

In the gentlemens m.mi.m:. ,..(,1 i; 
couples slated by the majority lu; ni' ■ ' 
likely to figure In the nnal.'i. naim'U, 
Schwengers and Cn'mble and "Ilyler and 
.viacrae. were^ln action. Both obtained 
easy victofle." The Can:idlan.s took 
their match from Dewdney and Pollok, 
6-0, 6-L If these games can be ac- 
cepted as n hnsja fiir n .conil);iriHon of 
th»< strength of the favorite partner— 

..ships. Schwengers..- and Camblo Imvo 
■the advantage of one gariie. Hut tdi 

-cannot be tAkfin-asa crlterli>ii. 

The mixed doubles developeil some 
fjplendld matche.''. In pome of which. tho 
visitors .were prominent. The most 
notewprthy Instance of this yvriff the 
game in' which .VIrn. Proctor — &«d 
Rhodes, bpth of Vancouver, opp'^^'*^d 
tn Mr. and Miss Jukes,_j)f _the 
' itv, ■were sticressful by 6-S; S-i' 



YESTERDAY'S PLAY 




IB. A, A. 
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Regatta In- Which Possession 
of Flumerfelt Cup ^Will B.e 
Decided, Takes Place on the 
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iticlation's aquatic carnival will take 
place on the 20th of this month, ac- 
cording to present arrangements. 
While this date hasn't been offlclalU' 
set It may be accepted as the day of 
the sports without hesitation. The 
scene <of the competitions, chief among 
which, will be that for the Flumer- 
felt cup, will be the C^orge.' 

Members 'of the management com- 
mittee are looking forward to making 
the affair somewliat exceptional In the 
way iofa success. It will be the first 
club regatta they have brought off this 
season and so they are bending their 
energies , towards making It specially 
notable. The programme will Include 
befiidcs the contest for the trophy 
mcnttiJned between selected fours, 
canoe, dinghy, lapatreak and swim- 
ming races. There will be also a num- 
er of novelty events. In a word the 
aim Is to make it a nr.sC-claas water 
carnival, to give those who Will take 
an aotlve part a thoinughly good time 
and also to put up -an entertalntiient 
i that '"ivin "keep those "who will attend 
an spectators interested . from the, 

i-ening to the concluBon of tohe sport. 

Cp to, the preseht cro-WM -which Win I 

I race fpr' the, Flumerfelt silvt^rware 

have not been chosen. The notice call- 

I Ing for entries, however, has been 

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Scene at Victoria Club's Tennis Courts 



♦ ♦ ♦ ♦-♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦*♦ ♦^* ■♦ ♦ ♦-• 



The c'>ni|'l''li re.xiilt.'^ fMl!..->v 

Men's Singles 
Rhodes beat Trench; 6-1, 6-1. 

Mcl.nrg heat Kbertu, 7-5, 6-3. . Miss Jukes and Miss B. Jukes, Van- 

(• (^ehw<^ngerf> heat ■McXorg,-fi--'^-6--JL4-*wiV4irT- boftt- ..Mr».-^*octor-.. jui^ 
■Kirkliride beat liome, 6-0, 6,4. 
Cardtnal. .Vancouver, beat Ouglar. 



-» ».» » ♦■♦-■» ♦♦-♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦-< 



.Milwaukee, 6-0. 6-0. 

Rev. Ryall, rhenininu.«. beat Hep- 
burn, ^'erno7T, 6- 

S. Clllespie beat U'inslowe, 6-0, B-1. 
newdney beat Jukes, Vancouver. 6-4, 
:'-«, 6-'i." , ■ 

(Jilllat, Vancouver, beat II. r Pollok, 
s-(^. T-h. 

K. J. Marshall befit Matterson, 4-6, 
r,.2. fi-n 

Gentlemen's Doubles 

B. r. .S<-hv.'enj?ers and J. .'\. Cambie 
heat Dewdney and Pollok. 6-0. 6-1. 

i;ifii:itl and .Tukes, VancciiiVer. 'tfeat 
.Marfdiall find R>;in, fi-l, .^-6, 6-2. 

Cardinal and Montgomery beat 
Rlthet and J. Leeming, 6-4, 6-2. 



("row Tinker, fi-1, l-B, 6-1. 
Mixed Doubles 



menl. Home players who were expect- I - 4;tB p. m.-^M acrao a.n.d Tiil&3i~:vM,. 

ed to Hnrvlvo.siistained defeat, nptab- Whyle and Crawford. D'Arfcy and Miss 
ly ilepluu-n, the vKnml.(>op3-TTnck, Who I Little vs. 'Meplmrn and Miss Pearce. 



D'.\r('y and Mis.s IJttle beat A., N. 
, — i-^«-^GCallum- and •Mr.s. MHrrett. Vancou- 
ver, 5-:7, 6-3, 6-4. 

Hepburn and Mis.« I'earic. |i(\'\t F. T. 
CornwHH Hn<i' ,Mlsf> Klll.f, 6:1. 11-9. 
, Miss .RuluTl.son and Ryall beat Mr. 
and Mis. Dewar, 8-4, h-'i. 

Klrkbride and MI.^s M. Rell beat 
itobcrl and Ml.ss jritzglhbon. fi-0, fi-1. 

Rhode's and Mr.s'. Proctor, VnncouviT. 
bent A. E'. Juke.« Mini Miss Jukes, 6-3. 

S-6. 

■ Cri^'vvfnrd and Miss Pitts lieat Row- 
croft and Mrs. Crecn, (>-^, 6-^. 

Macrae and .MlHs Alice Hell beat 
Eberts and Miss Ross. 6-2, 6-1. 



defeated KlnKSl()n, of Dnncan.<< yoster 
day, but was easily beaten today by 
Ryall, ()f Chemriinus. It was by no 
means certain thnt Jiikes, of Vancou- 
\ e.r, who ha» be(*Ti pW^ing a most con- 
Ttistnnt g:ime:-lHtely, WDuld be beaten 
by Dewtiney, but the Victorlii pla.ver 
wrin by two sets to oiie, although rlie 
closeness of the game may be judged 
by the fact that, taken over the tliree 
sets the score was equal. Pi^obribl.v 
most periple expected C.lIIatt, of Vaii- 
CfiUver, to beat H. F. Pollok, but hy 
liiui III! his work cut out, and only 
wnii liV S-6, 7-r). Pollok was 5-3 in 
(he first 'Fei and Tv'lTh th(> least bit fff 
hicU Wdiild h.'ive won. All rhlnga cnn^ 
Bidered, It vvnw a mos<t merltotlons con- 
test. Marshall liad u hot game witl) 



Mrs. Merritt -and. Miss T\ipper vs. . Mrs. 
Grec|n . and" Miss Uohert.«on. Rhodes vs.. 
\Vlntier of C. SchwongiaJhs vs. .^MeCallti'm. 
Mar.><linlr vs. winner of'OllMntt vs. Jcplj- 
■soii, , , i. - •■ •, ■ ■ , -i 1 

f. p. til. .'^riiwetigers ahtt tJkiiTibliS" ^1 
r>lck.son and Lowry. , Matterson anil 
Mrs.' l.,anRley vs. Dejvdney and Ml.sii 
Hayne. Miss M. Pitts and Miss* \;. 
P.oqley vs. Mrs. Genge and Miss Pitts. 
Miss Ilohsnn nl)d M|s.s( ^Allen vm. > Mi«iM 
Jukes nnd Mis.s B. .Jukesr. 

ri:.(5 p.,,m. — (■^ardlnalt and D. S. Mont- 
gomery vs. Matterson and .V. Montgom- 
l^r^^■ Winner of .Marshall nnd Miss M- 
Pitts nnd Hy.-ill find MI?<M Robert.son vs. 
winner of IVAi'CV iihiV Miss Idtlle vs. 
Hepburn au'i Miss I'efirco. Cuinble \m. 



TTkeT-fir be counted in are rcquestett to 
submit their names imniedi»l|-ly. 
There is no time to lose as all jlhe 
training nocesi^ary ust be secured | in 
scarcely two -weeks. - * 

aThalf-time 

, The spirit's atrc coining from .Se- 
attle on SaturxiaV to meet Wattalet's 
pets. The aforesaid "pets" are lielng 
put through a severe course of train- 
ing. They should be ready to take the 
jvialtors in camp by the end r.f the 
week. The fans should, witness a llrst- 
claits ball , match. 

Either Schwengers hns improved 
materially in form during the pastji-w 
nioiiths or Joe Tyler, Spokinie's expert, 
has deteriorated. The. Victorian had 
no.dithculty in winning th(> mainland 
tetinls cha.miiinnslilp from the Amerl- 
(•an. It remiilns to be seen whether 
Tyler will give .Schwengers a bettor 
match on the local courts. 

Schwenger.s Jind Tyler have thus far 

kept llielr heads y^ove water in -the 

Victoria, tennis tournament now In 
prfigresfl. The projihcts predict that 
they will come together In the finals 
and that the Spokane man will give 
the Victorian the hardest match he 
has had t.his summer. ,. - ..» 



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Victoria ana Birrrard (Vancou- 
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On Jubilee Grounds Next 
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Saturday, August 13th 



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Aiiollu-r «ill-ilay cricket match in 
ilo\Vii for Saiurtlay whon'-the drbmpet- 
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(\-an.lui\*M). U will take place at the 
.luhih'i! crease and is exppxtcd to be 
fuUv as good us lust SaTurdliy-sy^^rno 
which v,-ii.H against Vancouver and 
which the locals wn liy a comfoTtahle 
margin. 
'.The teams will take the field at 10.30 
n"c7ock 'pf (Jm pTty. Those who w 1 1 1 re pre - 
.sent Victoria are iinxloua. tQ see,: a.. 
large e^rnvd out to welcome the visi- 
tors and II 1 asalsl..nLeni.bers of the club 
In their fntertalnment. An admission 
fee of 25 cents is to be charged fi'-'u- 
tit.mt)P without carda whil e ladies w ill 
.lo allowed ii,» free. Afternoon tea for 
tlljse engaged In-tiie game is to be 

served at .4 o'clock or thereabouts, 

while the same beverage will be dis- 
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This arrangement has been made^ui 
order to a'.told confusion and deteyr 

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opening of tlie season. At the re- 
cent raeetiiia;„of the Fish and Oame 
club one member took exception to 
the custom, declared that it dlsturh- 
Tif 'thTT-^'^uftg— eov«ys,. -tha-t...;it wasn't 
fair or sportsmanlike- Thereupon an- 
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ens acconipanipd by his parents or 
guardian Is allowed to curry firearms 
for anv purpos*^ whatsoever. 

Over" n.OOO crates ot rhubai'l) have 
been /Blilpped from Mission Junction 
this /pason, and about 8,000 crates of 
the luscious , ri'd strawberry. 



A" Chinese employed at, the King 
Kdward Hotel in W ardniir ' Irtsl both 
hi-s logs last week, being run over 
"iL shunting train. 



1 at« Mr.. T. Walker of Burgrh Tlioo- 
logical College uud u lUentiaK, in 
theology of Durham University. 

Alf lhe~^sehool purchase by-taws 
voted' upon in North Vancouver cur- 
ried, as did that for disposal of the 
School .sit«« ill IX. h. '•TS. The by-law, 
however, for the Lonsdale drainage 
aewer was.deieateU. .Iho vole staiidlnt; 
107 In favor and^;S«a^iVln.st. 

Another stage In the' negojlatinns 
bPtwc'i-n the l>oniinlon Slock ahd Bond 
Corporatfon and Nanalino witli refer- 
ence to 'the cstahll.shiniint and opera 
tion 'of a car serv 
of Nanalnui am 

smith, South Welllngtoii, Kxlensi(.>n, 
Hrechin, Xorlhfivid and., \yellington. 
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loriK. 

At 760, XottinKimm l-a':'' 

tains. '.' ydF. Ions. 
At $1.00, Xottingliam Lac 

t;iln.«, "hi yd."5. long. 
At $1.60 and $2.00 to J4.00. really 

remarluihle values In beautiful 

new de.slgiis.,_ JIVb yds. long. 

Sea them today 

E. L WescQtt 

JSoifT :Ageni- iar _ M <' i 'a iHPal terns- 

and Fashion Journal. 

649 Yates Si--. Tel. 26. 



The contract .sjslem has been 
adoptril i.\' liic cli.x council ol l'*rini-i. 
Rupert. 

M"rriir"Hrx.e.\ 1'. L. S.. iias re^umfed 
f^THs survey woi-l<ih"tTVc ^TorlhThrinip- 
60U Vulley. ' • 



I Miss. W. E. Hutcherson, Ladner, Is 
I seriously 111 with blood poisoning. 
|both.arms belngLBrfected. 

.Mr .1. S. Baker hus begun the wbrk 
I of surveying the route of- tlve — pro- 
I posed road to Bear lake. 



The Fort George LumlyPi" Navigation 
ro.'s new steamer •■('hllcoten" - ha.s 
lieen successfully launched Crom^ tho 
yards at Soda Creek. ' ' : 

T. Williams ha.>( been committeil 
for trial fn-m Prince Rupert on ii 
charare of setting fire to his rcsi- 
ilrnti.il i.r'inisea. 



The bodies of two hundred Van- 
couver Chinese, are being shipped to 
the Orient as-cargfo by the next Kn>- 
. uiifiaa. , . : - 



I The B. C. Express Company will in- 
i augurate an ' auto stage service be- 
tween Ashcroft .and Fort .George. 



TVlr. Gough, of Nanalmo-, enjoys the 
distinction of, being the senior city 
clerk uf Canada, having served faith- 
fully in that capaci ty for a period oI 
thirty-one years. ■ ^^^^^^— -' — 



ihe^n: 
longed 
that aistrfct 
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rerrgPT- AKenl—] 

T.^'PT "RHs been maklTiffa jn"- 

vislt at Masset, investigating 

as a mia "fotr'colonlza-- 



The Amalgamated Development 

CQ.mpaiiy . ch,8.U.enged .indei2.ondent In- 

\estigation of its statements regard- 
ing its oil properties at Katalla. Alas- 
ka, ypw. .independent, . i^v cstijcratlon 
■'* iirDQrJta...thP cpmpany's statfemejita^^^ * 



Ko few er tharrTwenty-on- 
were run" out of Nelson In 



dj^y-Oa-at, wggffT 



a single 



Very gopd reports are received from 
placers on Gold CreekT"^ about five 
miles from Kltselas. 



of Merrltt. would put 



1.000 



ti««— oa^ 
additional 



men to work immediately If they could 
.be. (QU O d I 



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■ A ' nugrg-cf welghinlf 27 ' ounces has 
been taken off bedrock In China 
Charlie's claim on Steven<^ creek.- 
Cariboo. "^ 



One -of th e. ola.uses in the Provincial 
Game . Act for 1910 states, that no 
minor unBer' fhe "agF oT IT yfears," un-' 



Klaw and !Crlaligef~or NSw TorH; 
will spend half a miliion dollars in 
erecting a new theatre at Vancouver 
for the accommodation of the Trust 
attractions, 

1: i! ,i Trunlc-Rallway Companj- 

has selected the sites for Its first 

-tw€>— trtountain — ivt»t«te^in - ■ Br 4 tl Bb--C-ol- 

umbla one of which will command an 

unsurpassed view of Mount Robson. / 

A drunken, half breed made a bold 
attempt to kidnap Dr. Williams' 
little-daughter aL_VJexnf)n_pn Wednes- 
day night. The offender has beeii ar4 
rested. '. ' . .i, i ^,;':' 




tlon decided to eWdorae the .scheme 
und "retoniine'nd 'the suhhiish-lon'^-^i^-a 
by-law to c-arry it Into effect. 



Cruising Motor Boats En Route 
to - Ketcliikan for Annua 
zzrlzftflg^ .g^iiStaBC-er-i^afitest 



f i ntsh~a t- Vaijcotwef 



The New 'W estm Inster . . :t rstjiway 
staff grave a very successful at-home 
a few days ago in honor of the visit- 
ing members of the servi'^o from Van- 
rouver and Victoria. 



Bishop de Pencier performed ihis 
first Episcopal act on Sunday morning 
last, when he ordained to the -dlacon- 



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FORT STREET 







VANC()i;\'FR. AutTT— Some of the 
fastest power boats on the Pacific 
coast are now on tholr way to Ketchi- 
4««v Alaska, where they will start 
from on the 6.i0 mile race to Vuncou-- 
ver. The powe,r~boat Limit left last 
night for tht; Alaskaah port with a 

party consisting of Capiain LePage^ 

Mesara^J^'. R; Marriott. W. H. Fellows 
and the acting secretary of the Inter- 
national power Boat association, Mr. 
F. M. l-'oulscr. _Tlie_iimit Will cruise 
slowly up lu Ketchikan. 8topi>lns en 
route at the jirlnciparl iioints. 

A. B. Cumniings, of -The PaclHc 
^Mp!tOT-~Boat. hivs offered on behalf of 
^that publication, a valuable tropliy for 
the boat fini.Hhing tirst in the measure- 
ment class. In addition to this prize 
cash prizes to the value of Jl^QOO will 
be presented to the owners Of the win- 
ning boats. .. ;,._4_r.— 

Dr. Baker will 4eaV« V'ftncouver 
within the next coupVe- of days for 
K«>.tchikari. The boats ulre?ady on "their 
wa.v, either for a^cruise orfor the i)iu- 
l>'>se of entering this longdistance 
race ,i^re:. " "Tramonta," own^d _by 
Captain Harris Struve, of-^attle; 
"The Wanderer," owned by E. A. Sal- 
isbury, of Los Angele.n; "On Time," 
owne^d by H. W^^Starrett. who has on 
board as his gviests a party of New 
4-»Pk — eni>t'ttt4fgte ; f tn d Hil ir uM" Dtivotr -' 
port', the lamoiiH. .New York cartoonist. 
Among the other Vancouver ho.its, 
h will start later are "The Kono- 
ihlc," owned by Easthope brothers; 
"Roslrift K.' 'owned by North Vancou- 
ver i>ower boat enlhuslast.s, while two 
yachts. llTJie Cha£&;r: and-XUe_-i:M;.' l 
J.I. " are to start Boftrrfrom Victoria 




Situated wkhin three-quarters of a mile from the_City tiali, only a few blocks from pro- 
l^^I'^titTTor the new High School, withiti a block-oT the North .XN'.ard Park, across the 
street from the George Jay School, and close to street car line. .Water laid on three streets. 

Prices: $500 and Up 

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ISLIIIID INVESIENI CO,, LTD 



Bank of Montreal Chambers 




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'Phone 1494 

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■\\hile It isn't next Saturday thiat 
the yjctorla and Vancouver laofcisse 
teams meet Jn tlilii city, the home 
t^yeb?.Mll. !iave.to meet the Terminal 
City r>n the mainland so that the sug- 
geations made by a veteran ax to 
tnt i n Ing Orr oush t fie. ' w uoluni i iB Ittpt 
evening stand. It is to tie -hoped 
sincerel.v that the lads not only work 
'I'lH- physical tout for team forTi!, 
AVithou,t the two Ihey might as well 
wish for the moon «» for victory 
against Vancouver on- the latfcr's 
grounds. 

•W. N. Lenfesty has returned' after 



VICTORIA FUEL COMPANY. 



COAL GOAL 

Victoria Fuel Co. 

022 Trounce Av«. . Phone 1377- 



HOTEL. 



VICTORIA FUEL COMPANY 



a visit to S«atilc, where i 

in the annual trap shooting tuurnu- 
Tiien t . 

.\I. Plc-hOn*. t?»i9 well known sports- 
man. spectaIVy ^iromlnent fts.a plsoa- 
toriar artlsti is contemplating golni? 
Into cartip at' Saanlch. 



STEWART 

SAN FRANCISCO 

Geary Street, above Union Square 

Ju.st opposite Hotel St. Francis 

European Plan $1.50 a day up 
American Plan $3.00 a'day up 
A new steel and brick structure. 
\ Furnished at a cost of $200,000. 
Every comfort and converfience. 
A iiigh class hotel at very moder- 
ate rates. In the center of the the- 
atre knd retail district. On car 
lines transferring to all parts of 
city. Omnibus meets all trains and 
steamers. Elaborate booklet with 
splendid map of San Francisco free 
on request. __ 

HOTEL 8 T f WAR T 



"WATEB ACT, 1909.' 



IWKK .\iiTlCE that 1, Krcderick N. 
■:..!■! "H. cT t lie;"'<51ty'of"~Vancou vern B: Gn-^ 

,-;.iM yniau, intend to apply to the ,Lleu- 
• , .,,ai.i C...\ ,.., rrw, ' In Council on Tuesday, 
.:,. ; nil ,li..v ..!• October., A. D. 1910. at 
ilie hour of 11 o'clock in the forenoon. 
..r so soon thereafter as the npplicadon 

an be heard, for a nnal license under 
r.nrtsXl. and_XlI. of the "Water Act. 
'Oo'.*." to clear arnd remove obstacles 
iiom Salmon river and Orfo,rd bay, an 
a, 111 of Bute.anlet. Hpitlsh Columbia, 
,..!■ ihe purpose of mnkbiK the same fit ■ 
■,.r rafting and driving loKS and pen- 
ning back ^nd storing, water, and for 
• lectins bo^mlng-grounds in said Or- 
I'nrd bay. approximate maps, plans and 
i.iuticiilars of which undertaking are 
iilpd in the office^ of the Chief Com- 
nil.Msioner of frauds and ^ W.ijei' Commis- 
■-ituiT ,at Victoria. 

!>:;(.. 1 tills l.".ttll (^!|■■ -f .Tuly A. r>. 

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\\"e have, had. placed in,. our hands, for quick ^alc. a cosy- home; situated. on-. 
the car line between Kernvyood Road aiicl the junction of •Fo^rt and ^ . < 
The liniisr 1 .! splendidlv desig'ned ^-roomed Bungalow, nie,dcrn 
1H)ui, with gas connections in addition 'to electric light. It has a large 



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Maricopa Oil Company, of Los | 




Angeles, California 



l.Tn'3cf Canadian 

Control 



Capital,$I.OOO,000 



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-iinning whole l?ngtlvann''Ti,'l<; ,1 dry 



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rooniN' ci^llar. The lot has a 



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ing llic liniii^t.' i> wiiliiiui ci iin ji.an -( '11 ,m\ where iii liii- icc 

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iiul the gavdrn '^nrroiind 



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n .111 V IinL-housc \'aricLics. 



T'ohJlRdle tlMS, 



$2,000.00 



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arrani/o<i 



' luircd, the total ] 

nit TTurchascr, cither, by 

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f|>7,350.00. r.alanrc can be 



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mcnts. 



investigation. 



ALVO VON ALVENSLEBEN, Ltd. 



11 U Government Street 



r. O. Box 6t8 



Phone 2445 



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v^'^Uidy th#''fbltowiiig (iu<.c> (.1 oil i,toi4k.s and 
what this Company's prospects ate.' , 

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McKittricic $Tb' 

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4.00 



28.50 

7. no 



Most. . : ' 

additititv 

Dividends on Listed Stocks for May 

Total Dividenn.s to Date, 



i\*4<kn{l<!. 

10% month 1 y 
lO^'o monthly 

25'. '■ qna'rtcfly 
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309^ monthly 

Oc jicr nv.»nlli 
lal bonuses ni 



brou.u;lu in a|io,ooo barrel 



Till-. Company owns n lon<e -m' („, acres in sectiOn 32. C2-23, 111 thC'Vcry 
heart oi 111,' .M:r : SiMi-c ' surrounded by gushcrs-itf fl"wini: \\ ells 

for a rovaltv 01 iv "i ihc ml pi "(nieed._^ .. • 

The Lake \'icw C.nsher, within a.rfiiles, has produced over)J$3,ooo,ooovm 
Oil durin- ;, niMiitli-.. N-w flowing 40,000 barrels pe 1 

The C.Jl)ispo, within ;.) mile of our properly 
\Vell on ^th ]uncat i.8oofcct. 
NOTE THE LOCATION— WHAT OUR NEIGHBORS ARE DOING 

Extract 11 om liu' i ,■ - Angeles Times. j\nly f-th— hVom a corrcspon- 
'"(l\.,i,-...On Section 30. which is within three-quarters of a n:iile of the Lake- 
view gusher, a tremendous well has recently been brought in, whicKI saw 
flowing at the rate of i.ooo barrels per hour. \ Congressman Hale has 
aptlv said, I prefer this well to the big one ui die Lakevicw, as it is ab.so- 
htlelA- under ^:oiitro! and should be a strndv producer for years to come. 
Til! ' ncll holds tlu r,. ./: Ml thf '. : '">] for diving been drilled in 

seventy days with a Icn-inch casing us .wuuie-dcpth. of ;2.i65 feet, and its 
productiou'is reniark.able when it is'tx^nsid'cxed^that tj.ie QJ^^^ after 

the drillers harl -iM'- 1 the "il -.ui 1 iii' ' ^ o fe et, whcri &as m the case'of the 
Lakevicw. I understand they cniercd the oil sand sixteen feet before the big 
production came 'about. J ust\oath, of. Section 39, the company is drilling 
two wells 'Ml the forty and si-x-ty acres it owns oa_Se£tion_32,_ One: of the 
wells i^ 'lown ,.\rr i.joo feet and.wlll rcach the oil sand at about ^,500 feet. 

'I'll,- Mulwav Korthcrti. xviilnn 3CX) yards of thi s Company's propert y^ 
luough; 111 a siniilar \Vcll on ' nh last, at a 3eptli ot i,920:tcct, \; '"'' 

Contractors expect to rcach oil in 90 d^ays. 
One 'Well Producing 1,000 Barrels per day "Means a Profit of $500 per-day 

to the Company 



Dulling Conimenced July 20th. Watch the Drill. 

Over 2ScCqoo .Shares li.ive bccn-soldprivatcly^in Prince Rupert and ^y.aacouvcr. 

Shares of $1 Fully Paid ana Non=A^sessable, now each 25c 

As soon as tlir Drill reaches i.ooo feet the price will be raised to 50c'.: C^il will be. reached-- at -I >8oo feet to 2,ono feet 
n\Stibject to. .quotation on the Oil Ex,change. Today you nny <iollar billf for 25^- -" -' - 

I Will Pay 5C per Share Cash for an Option to Repurchase These Shares Any Time Within Six Months at $i.oo p*r S)|«r« 



Price 



SENDFOR PROSPECTUS 

4 HP P 4rkM FI SCAL AND TRANSFER AOENT 

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vicrroRXA daily cx)l6nist 



Thursday, August 4, IflO 



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o VICTORIA 





LOW PRICED 



FARMS 



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N. Salt Spring Island, 1,500 feet waterfront-r-no Acres, 
with 30 fenced, 7 acres cleared and under, crop. Thei-e's 
a four-room house, good log- barn, three chicken houses, 
new, a good well and two living springs, 30 :ff«^it~ trees," 
niostly apple. Every bit of this land is, good, and con- 
tains 1,500 feet of waterfrdnfage, witTi' good'' dcVp Watfef^ 
Price, ^6,300. One-third cash, balance can be ar- 
ranged;: ~~" 

150 Acres, Salt Spring Island. — Nearly 20 acres cleared, and 
the larger portion can be cleared with very little trouble. 
Close to water, and just off the main road. Land is a/i 
good. Price, 93,500, on terms. 

Ganges Harbor, 550 Acres. — About 30 acres of this is clear- 
ed, and the balance is in timber, very good timbcp.'"" Pro- 
perty has a water frontage, with an excellent bay. Price, 
912.00 per acre. 

Retreat Cove, Galiano Island 100 Acres— with }j;ood log 
house, splendid water, and 20 chains^ of watcrfrontage. 
Pticfi,. .95.500, one-half cash.. 

Somenos District, 60 Acres. — 30 acres of this is good bot- 
tom land, with a. small lake. There's sonu; ^^ood timber. 
Only two miles *from WeStholmc and seven from Dun- 
cans. Price, for cash, 91,250. 



150 Acres, S. Salt Spring Island— Main road runs through 
property. 20 acres of excellent ploughmg land, two good 
fruit bearing orchards and lots of small fruits. Lake is 
well stocked with trout. There are a few ^buddings on 
the land. Price, on terms, 92,500. Adjoinmg wharf in 
front of this property can be purchased, a blacksmith's 
shop for S500, and a good summer site next td wharf can 
also be bought for $500. The latter would make art ideal 
location for a summer boarding house. 

Beaver Point, Salt Spring Island, 157 Acres.— 25 acres 
slashed '250 fruit trees. Good log cabin, small barn and 
sheep shed. Lake frontage. Road runs through this 
property, and is also on the new road to saw mill. Price, 
on terms, 91»050. ^ ' 

160 'Acres, S. Salt Spring Island.—Five miles from Ganges 
Harbor, 15 acres slashed and seeded. There's a log house 
nn I he property. Splendid garden and fruit trees. Water, 
which is derived from stream and spring, is excellonl. 
Only one-quarter mile from the lake. Wagon road passes 
eacli end of the property,^. This 143 acres could very ap- 
propriately be used for .sheep farming. Price, on terms, 
91,200, or will exchange for good residential proper.tyv 
in \'ictoria. 



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These two choice lots, having a frontage of TWO HUNDRED AND FORTY FEET 
ON COOK, by SIXTY FEET ON YATES AND. VIEW STREET, will be sold separately 
or together on easy terms. This is one of the choicest sites in the city for an apartment 
house with stores below. To the individual who can afford to improve, this would prove 
a veritable gold mine. Only one block north of "October Mansion." For price and ter ms, 
apply to ~ 



B>C. LAND & INVESTMENT A GENCJE 



p. R. BROWN, LIMITED 

Moneg to Loan. Fin Insurance Written. Stores and Qfficea to Rent 

PHONE 1076. 1130 BROAD STREET. 



p. O. Box 428 



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$1850 per Acre 

For Eighteen Acres on Gar Line 



This property is level, cleared and cultivated ; lies admirably foj subdividing. The 

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PEMBERTON & SON 

614 FORT STREET 



A Snap In the Fairfield Estate 

20 PER CENT. CHEAPER THAN SURROUNDING PROPERTY 

For the Next Few Days Only 
Four L,pts, just off Linden Avenue^ 50 wX 141 each, 

—-- $2,700 FOR THE FOUR -- 



For Further Particular-5 Sec 




GRANT i& LINEHAM 



IP.O. Box 307 



633 YATES STREET 



Phone 664 



V. / LINEHAM-SCOTT SAND & GRAVEL. CO. 
HEADOFFicEsj ^j^g^^^ & CO, Jofdan River. 



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AT THE CITY HOTELS 



At th« EmprM* — 

Capt, A. C. Crelghton, A'ancouver; T. 
H. Worstifip, San Francisco; J. "\V. Kob- 
jnson; K. L. Elkln, M. J. Brown, \V. Star- 
ling. B. I^onard Vancouver; T. Brooks, 
Toronto; Mrs. A. I.. Morris,- Vancouviin 
Mrs. Hen<1erBon, WlnnipffT; C. Wilson, 
t-ity; S. Hanileley, D. Burns, VancouvftCi, 
F. Lalrrt. Spokane; \V. H., "P. Clement, 
Vancouver; A. D. D. Davidson, Toronto; 
Mr. and Mrs. McRae, Vancouver; A. T. 
Xlelson, C. K. Houston, T. R. Kirby, T. 
C. DarllnK, ."i^eattle;. Dr. and ^Irs. Kagron. 
Harriyburg, Pa. ;^M'r.'!. .Tohn McKce, Geo. 
C. T-w\gg: Mr. and Mrs! X^. M. Fulton. 
Mr. and Mrp. Mohrnian, Miss Mohrman. 
New York rity; S>-ilii>'y F. Pate, Yoko- 
hama. I 

At th« Klnsr «aw»rd — 

Mrs. J. Devitt, MK^s Dt^vltt, Crofton, 
B, C-; W. J. Hainan, Ma.<?ter Leslie Ha- 
gan, Cowlchan; R. C. Craokenham, Cow- 
ichan; B. Priest, Vancouver; D.. Man- 
peble. Prince Rupert; W. K. Hplnk, To- 
ronto; J. Durchell, Mrs. J. Burchcll, 
Vancoiiver; P. Mottoln, Seattle;; A. U. 
Kratsch, Mankato. Minn.; J. G. Taylor, 
London. Onl.; A. C J^elpecli, London, 
?':ng. ; H. S. Rattray, Vancouver; .T. R. 
\V«ni, Mrs. Weill. R. Donktn, Mrs. Don- 
kin. Winnipeg; O. S. Krwin, Omaha; 
Mrs. W. I). Newlon, Seal lie; .las. M. 
Robertson, Jas. Gowans, Vnnc'ouvi'r; 
Marie L. Bost^wlck, Ml«s Katherliio Tul- 
ly, A. Rutherford. MliihenpoUs; Cha.s. 
.lorflan, Chas. E. George. San I'Vanclsco; 
("has. M. Smith, New York; A. .1. Madlll. 
*)rl)l«, Ont: MiBB A. Corkhurn, Moyle, 

B. C; A. C. Blalie, Ira Walmsby, P. 
Hmlth, W. J. Khaw, E. Bourne, ,rack 
Brush, Vancouver; II. B. Ward, Mt. 
I'leasant, Mich. 

At tb* Bomlalon — 

F. Thomas. \'ancouver; M. Ciirtls. 
Brandon, Man.; M. Campbell. Vancou- 
ver: H. H. Armstrong, Ottawa, Ont.; H. 

C. Peter and wife. Miss Btnpleton, Altn.; 
_-£!- OtergUBon, Seattle; Mrs. T. Cadder, 

Michigan; F. P. McHeffy, .1. R. Wolkall. 
Vancouver; Roy Harris, We.Htmln.ttei ; 
Mrs. H. Adams. Seiittle; F. If. Sterling, 
- Philadelphia; W. Gibson, Vancouver; F. 
K. Richardson, Toronto; F. H. Oorbett. 
KnKland; H. P. Hnrt. Vancouver'; 1). 
Cameron, Prince Ruperl; .f. TI.' Walker, 
WInnlpeiir; J- K. Swan. Vnticouvfr; A. 
Maijallon. wife and son. Walla ^Val^a^ 
.lohn McPonrd. Jnett McDonaU^. Mrs. M. 
McDonald, Port- Townsend; C. E. Ktery, 
C»UXIrnla; S. E. Lapp. 01.\nfipla, Wa.sli,; 
M WUIhorte, Wichita, Kb.; B. A. Lapp. 
Olymplft. Wash.; . M. Ch^.nnut. Sefl;ttlo; 
PA. Oalbralth; Mr. and Mm. A. R. Kro- 
ber Mrs. H. Rotbchlld, San Franclso^i; 
J HlKhfl«l'1. England; Dr. .T. R. Ebr-r- 
Bole •nd wife; A. TurnhuU and wife, 
Monmouth; M. MacKinnon. Seattle; .1. 
C Ooodwin and wife, astilngton; Mr.s. .T. 
H Smltherson and daughter, Kllcnsburg; 
r' Kansas Burton, M. Buesch. Olrard, 
KsK • >!«»" Bo*hm, Mlsm L. A. Boehm, 
Mlrrorvllle, Ohio; Mr. >'. Benson. C. H. 
Henaon O. Benson. Portland, Ore., O. O. 
Sotith"il ana wtf«. H. Blcknell, Seattle; 
?. Stjven* J. Cr.wford, C Shomas. V. L. 



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ON OAK BAY 




I'inc. imiVosin.q- e!p:!Vt-ronincd House, with verandah and 
halcnn\ ai rear. The hi)a(iMn^ hall is panelled in ruhbed fir, 
with pl;itc rail at top. Oil ih'' hall is a handy clothes closet 
l)eneath ihc stairs, and to the Irti is pa's den— a beauty — fin- 
ished4n" green burlap, r'anrl-. ;iiid hMincs are of rubbed tir. .V 
■fireg-rateand ni;inic! add comfort and beauty. To the right is 
"tin- wbiu- drawing room," finished in white enamel, 6 coats,- 
will) .sjilcndid in;mtcl, tilc^ and grate. The dining room is also 
panelled in red bnrlap, \\i"b rnid)t-d fir frames and platf rail. 
The ceiling i'^ bcamcrl wiib nr and \vii-e<i I'nr light in the centre 
and at tlie four intersections. 

On one side. is a beautifully finished built in buffet, and on 
the right and left of it is a Icadcid light china closet, with cup- 
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PRICE 



$6,300 



CASH 



$1,500 



Balance to Arrange 



The kitchen i^ finished with sanitas, and leads into a well 
fitted pantry-; with swing door, into dining room. ., From the 
rear hallway we enter the basement, with cement floor. 

■ The four bedrooms are convenient and bright. , The bath 
room is finished with white cement, tile pattern, and best of all 
fittings. Over the washbowl is a small cupboard, with mirror 
in the door. The toilet is separate. 

Leaded lights are lavishly used and the hardware is of the 
best, and the house i^j>iped for furnace. The owner has spar- 
ed no -expense to make this home durable and beautiful, and 
the purchaser may be justly proud of such a home at such a low 
figure.- The grounds are 64 x 121, with 14 ft. lane at rear, and 
is nicely fenced in harmony with the house. 




& LETTS Moody Block, Yates Street 



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J'anip»>ell r <-i.nvrMiii, Vancouver;ti<T 
Cainphell'. 'I', llrawford, (.i. Griffith. Van- 
roiivrr; I'). P. Ilpywood, ICyiuiirt J. D- 
.Spler.v. Vancouver; G. O. Manerlng and 
wife. New WcstmdiHtfir; M. K. Barnard, 
Rochester. N.Y.; Mrs. A. Van Vooi-hls, 
Ploa-sMntvlUe, N. Y., Mrs. A. E- MumfonJ., 
Brookl.vn, N. Y.; W. Lothian and wife. 
Mnf>lt"ha; G. .f. Brossard, Crantirook; E. 
T. Oalvert, Ladner, B. C.;' K. B.,Hiloy 
and -wife. Tacoma; R. W. Yov'^. Nannlnio; 
Miss rmlsy Adams. Miss Llla D\)n<;an,, 
Miss M. 1.,. Moore, Har,elton; T. .f. l.>ariofr 
Winnipeg; W. F. S. Barker, city; Fred. 
,Iohnson. .Ionian Uh'^r 

At ths Victoria — 

Walter I'"oril. Ouncans; A, T. Good- 
speed. Port Ifnnl.s;; B. R. Nagatawny 



(ui'I -ivlfe, M. Taha.shI, . H. Crompton, 
Vancouver, Albert THylori^Tone Thomas 
PiiloHtine, Texas; Harry Huk, VanctMi- 
VerT GT'iST. Smith. F. Welsh, A. Welsh, 
T. Cole. Portlnn<l; R. Francis, San 
Francisco; W. Sage, Nanalmo; 8. Uav- 
endon, M. Connei-, Neattle; D. Ashman 
and wife, Everett; ('. Gladwin, Viin<:ou- 
var; ,Tnmes Cart^-r, Seattle; V. *remple, 
R. Chestnut. 8, Vancouver; T. H. Temp- 
esl and wife, Colorado; .1. S. Stevenson, 
L(in<lon, Eng, ; Mrs. Edward Jack.«inn, 
Mrs A. K. Beek, Denver, Alfred Swan- 
son, Milwaukee; Harold Stone, San 
Francl.^co; Alf Thompson, S/enttle; Mr. 
and Mrs. M .lackson. Miss .lackson, To- 
ronto; Charles Chong, Vancouver. 



At th« Brunswick — 

.B... S, Chatter.*!, Salina Cr\iz; R. Gard- 
ner. NclMon. B. t", ; Wm, Slack, Fred 
Stack, New Westminster; A. I'uckworlh, 
A. Henry Hughes. .1. Mclntyre, O. 
Boggs, Vancouver: Ensign and Mrs. 
.Johnstone, tseatile; A. <». Ball and wife, 
St. Lo-uls: .r. A- Mesdue, Bnftland, • 

At ths Balmoral — 

Ciipt. U. p. vigor.'. CrMftnn: Mrs.' W. 
,J. Tregillus. Miss M. TrogtlluK. Calgary; 
Mrs. O. Blanchet, Miss S. Chambers, 
Miss H. Ravvllngs, Vanrnuver; Tho,s. IP. 
Young, Liverpool; B. Weeks and wife,, 
MISH E. Martin, Calgary. 



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■ot«l Strathoona, Sh»wnl(ran Ziaks — 

Mr. and Mrs e":"a. Haswetl, Vancou- 
ver; Mrs. Mossoman, Misses Mosseman, 
Lob Angeles, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Ash- 
well. Miss L. Marsden, ChlUlwack; Miss 
B, Marsden, San Francisco; Mr. and Mrs. 
T. Dean Wells, -Vancouver; Mr. ahfll 
Mrs. Dixon and child, Mrs. Phillips, Vic- 
toria; Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Robertson, 
Vancouver; Miss Laura Youngr, Seattle; 
Mrs. Geo. Porter. .Mrs. King and child, 
Miss Aali-yorth, Victoria; Capt. iMid Mrs, 
Byng-ininll, Shawnlgan; Mr. S. A. Stadeh. 
IVfr. H; Adams, Victoria; W. A. Larsh- 
wavt, wife and child, Mr. R. I>AKKett, 



wife and child. Vancouver: Mrs. Lov«, 
Miss King, Miss Macmorlnl, Victoria; 
Mr. Stewart WUlUms, J. W. PhllUps. 
Victoria; Miss Nichols, Victoria; W. H. 
Mammond, Brantford, Ont. 



Dlf>th«rla At Campbtcton. 
c:amPBLBT6N. N- a. Aug . I.— Thte 
city is a«a.tn fa«ln|c another peril in 
nh epidemic of dipth«ri«. TPhe p«©- 
plS^'ftre Hvtnir in tents or ehacka and 
sanitary conditions are becoming bad. 
A sutement ftv«n out by an inmir- 
ance adjuater ahowa that the total In- 
stiriince loaaea Jn the recent «re, no 
far at adjusted, are $1,448,450. A tele- 
gram from Mr. Jamea Reld. M.P., from 
ihls county, aaya that the plana for 



the railway land needed here are now 
about completed. The «teamer St.- 
Lawrence started on her run yeater'* 

day. 

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Holt HIU 8«Ha' 

With 1,»00,000 feet of lumber for 
Callao, the Brttlth baratie. Holt HIU 
cleared from H^qulmalt laat nlfhtr 
The Lome towed the vesiel to aea. 
Bterven men- were »hlpf>*d- a*-t4»l»poi*- 
for crew. '.:-.•.- , <..... 



Peniae Mr. Reed'a telesntm »f . . _ 
terday from KfttB,Ua. Aluka, If yw 
want to know whather.tAejIll lltM^ftHL 
of the AmaUr»m«ted r>fvalo|imMif 
company are aa fotfd w tD« OOmpMr 
aald they wire. ^ ^ • 



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VICTORIA REAL 




31 Acres 



One Mile 
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and, (Mcai'cil and rult ivalcil. 
acre sLi'aw Ikti'v- vnir^. I.ar,L;i' new d.\\ e 
piped ii> ilie linu >e and bai'ii-^. 



( )iTliard til -■()< 1 licariii<;- 1 rees, applr-, |)caus and lia'lian prniie-, half- 
"iuL;, iiiod_eri! and atlraclivc. 1-ar-e bani and -iabki-:-.-.-\^:iit£I-- 



Price $12,600 



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AW have h n- ^ale ilic riatpcrt}' ^ituaieddii ilie rorner ()f,,Fort-.Vanc•ouve^ 
and, M'ears Streets, liavin-' a iV^ntau^e m|" do feet on l.'^irl streel, and'TUiTiii^i? 
tiirduj^li to Mcars str«^-. During- tli',' pa>t i w o weeks mol'e property on 
I'ort slreel lias rrc'cTrsohl than in an\ niher part of ilie eit}-. Fofr Stfeet is 
and alwaxs will be-; the main t lioron- hfarc Icadinii' frorii-the l)est 



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SOLE AGENTS 



''Vlephone 



R^S. DAY & B. BOGGS 



620TO RT ST REET, VI G-TORIA, B. C. 




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[ tot- Duchess Street, 54 x^.r 18 ...... 

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Oak Bay Avenue Neighborhood 



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^ 'i^jti^ pftl^Aveniie and Mo.uiit T<jilmie Road, 55^^ 168. 
T li:> t/ Fi f^-/V<i^mje aad At<^)tt ni Tr dtn i e R ^ir > a d^ ^ |^j£gl^ _ _ 
I Lot. Fifth Avenue and Mount Tolniie Road. 42 x i6§.;r^ 
A'erv Easv Terms on ail of tihcKJfe ; ' 



.$400 each 
.$456 eacii 
.$250 t*a^- 
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GREEiN & BURDICK BROS. 



Real Estate 
Cor Broughton and Langley Streets 



Insurance 



Phone 1518 



Modera Bungalow, Hampshire Road, Oak Bay 

Most Desirable Location, $7,000. TermsA 

Five-roomed cottage on Craigf lower Road, 
and two large lots. Price $2,500. Easy terms 



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Fire Insurance a Specialty. COLES & ODDY ' ^ ^i^-^ Insurance a Specialty. 

REAL liSTATJi,JL:sSUKAXCEAx\UFl^AXCfAI. AGENTS, 
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small Wocks. for sale at Col- 
wood, on very easy terins. 
~ Several. blocka of land on and 



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J-^( ue j at ' llie new Mlit Bay" road; ^-— ;, "» and fencecl, 250 fruit trees, six 



4;,vA)»o several business proper- 
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acres oals. new 6-S&pm house, 
" barns and stables. 'Price f 4,600. 



R. B. PUNNETT i;:: ALBERT TOLLER & CO. 



imperial Bjwifc ©faianbers. 
604 Y«t«i Strsst 



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Hal! Acre 



07.3 feet watcrfyaiU. ID,^ feet tl cci);. Le vel grijuiul no rock, 
partly cleared. \ Splendid building. site. Price $1650. $400 
cash, balance in two years '?lt 6% - . _ 

HOWARD POTTS 

Bownass Building, Broad St. 




Maoxa 10, ktAbon Block. Tlctorla. 

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New Seven Roomed House on y 



■ Vo'rn'-r lot, tlos<? ti> Fort Street 
car line, arid Central School. 

-J^rlce SCSOO.OO. . Terms. J400.00 
rash, balance to be jarianKed. 
Rent^rt^or X2h.0fiL^piiT month. 

Thix l.« « sniT- / ,' 

Six roomed Cottage, James Bay 
on-Tot 55x120, Prk-e »,i3no.(tO. 
Terms J300.00 cash, balance 
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A Desirable Place for 
Your Home 




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C 1 1 DICE hOTS LE^Ft IN HOLLY- 
NX ()OD A1>I>ITI0N, 

^It mxim om block arid less df th^-car. 

L<.ts atWfeVdand cleared. G!ose^4p FoSlBay Bcad^ 

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BUILDING 
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BusincssTrop"er?3r 
Farm and Fruit Lands. 
Houses and Lots . 



Insurance. Rents, 
and Money to Loan 

Conveyancing. 
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r..Minr,i .iwcllini:;. Tenders niav-'bc lor all .,i-li, or \niVi cash, 
^^i1.h l-r^hnvr- at 7 jicr ■■Ceut. ; ■ThC highc^ ' ;iy .tciidcT n-i 

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AGENTS FOR THE MORTGAGEE 

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McPherson & Fullcrton Bros. 

5i8 Trounce Avenue 






Phone 1888 

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V prri..nt tho-,l.ead of ov^r i.nno rnlloR ofnavlKabl^^ ijl rOOCrCV* 



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ihutlriK 'poll ' tlioupands '.'f 

tlio provlnrf ' n\e a few i: 

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WIFIJAM MONTFJTH 

Real Estate, Loans, Inturance , . I t i * i 

Chancery Chamber, 1S18 Langley Street t ^ cVoftC tCT^-a-tTrWtl P, „ llCl, 



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rytning modem Including W' ♦ 4 fioxian Buslnt-.-.s rornpc 

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Employee.- lability In.nrance 4 J Phone, 4tflir ^ blo.k f,.-: ,, ^ ♦ loxl-'riNVarBVanH^ 

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fills 12ft Npnrf«r Blanchard 
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Colonist Real Estate Advertisements 
Arc business Getters 



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♦ f locntlon, cant bn bpnt $860 4 ♦ 

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Price $16,000.00 

;;^M FORT STREET 1 1 TWO LOTS ON H , .. , , , 

* * - ■ - -.o„„o ^ • I ffv L-vivf vn ^ t j enns, $5,000 cash, lial 

I : LINDEN AVENUE 1 ■'""■ '^s'}'--"^^^^ '^'y 

♦ 1 - i I a I per cent. 

I I t"l"-~r l'< < '-car Slrcot J ♦ 

♦ : ['rhc JHI.,400 f.acli * I • 

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4 * nrteen Acre* — Six nill'>?< out, Al 

♦ * iai;il. nearly nil In ciiUivation. 

♦ I "1-1' <^ ...96,500 

♦ ♦ Twelve iinfl a. Half Aoree, fovir • 

♦ ♦ iiiilf'K* oui., ;ill clcai-pil, 
bungalow; good o.utbullciinRf 
cliv water. Prlre ..98,300 ♦ 

Twelve Acre* — Kivo mllps out; 4 

A i liif i,(;M of land; nice 7-roorn • 

i 4 nf^w liuiiRp, fit' >for a kiiiK; fine * 

♦ t .--rops; - excellent - oiitb'uiMtnirs ' 
I'li'-f. 98,000 J 

Eleven Acree — rjvft nil!e..>? out. 7 4 

;i'i'.-s, hutlom land; good n«-.v ^ 

.'<{ tunc, .t'ricfi ... .'..,... 9£,60d t 

. . Seven Acre«--Fonr mllc."» out: nil 4 

I 4 ip nica<low; fine now barn; oni^- f 

♦ 
4 

♦ ♦ I'r.Vo . 94.M0 ^ 

^ t rive Aoree — l-'mir milra out; all I 

♦ rl,>ii f^-l; h(ittoni Innd; .S room ^ 

♦ " i..tiaK'\ Pilcft 93,700 4 

rive Aoree — Four and a half mll«.i f 

•ml. in rrop; no bulTntrrgs. rric* T 

98,700 t 

Tlieee Propertlea Will Btaad Za> 4 

»pe<st('6a. 4 



IP nica<iow; nn« now barn; oni^- T 

room shack; .Mplcndid biil'ldlnK t 

Kilo: plenty of shado irepw. T 

I'r.Vo 94.1100 I 



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704 TATBS St. J 4 634 View St. 'Phone 2307 XI , t ■ IP* *. IJNNi» 0»»ll« ; 



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R. GRUBB 

ni2 Broad St. X#^ 




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VierORIX DAILt COLONIST 



Thuraday, August 4, 1910 



Qn the 




HALL'S 



Compound Syrup 



-OF- 



Hypophosphites 

Is not only the finest tonic. 
it is also a builder up of 
brain and body for children 
and adults.. :::::: 



Sold Only By 

HALL'S 

CENTRAL DROiC STORE. 

Corner of Yates andvD^uglas Sts 

Telephone 201. 



Proi.fi. D. Tenny, Who Arrived 
by Steamer Sack) Mam Tells 
of Happen! lias in Far East- 
ern Empire 



CHINESE 



ON 



PRINCE 
NAVAL 



MISSION 



Frinee Tsai_Hs_un Will Sliortl> 
iss the Pacific— Japan 

:i)BCTdes: jjpan Pro 

..ior Expansion of Navy 



gramme 




FOR SAN 
FRANCISCO 

And 

Southern California 

i.'-avinR \'1<ii.rfa al S n. m..:AuR. 3, 10. 
^ nm. rs WCiaCX llK iMTV OF PCKBLA 

rUROUGHLSEHVICE 

•..r.x.- .atlle 10 a. nt.. »ti>Rmpr GOV- 

■ !:.NU!: ''i; f'HKsmiknt. aub. 5. il. 

For So'ith"a»iriiii Aluiltiv. COTTAGfc; CITY 
rr CITT OF SRATTLE ,l>.'ave« Sealll* 9 P. 
• . AviK. I. 7. 13, la. 25. 31. 

TICKET .AND FREIGHT OFFICE— lllT, 
Wharf strnot. Thone -4. 

Jt. P. HITHKT & CO.; Ltd,. Agent*. 
C. D. DU.V.\.:v'N'. Gpu.. PasBpnjfpr Agent. 

11." MHrket St.. Sail Fr».nc,l«co 
Tor (uv-lirr iiifornitttlou obtain folder. 



1 ..o ^ii\i!n' ;• ^'.^lil) 
ptnr ■ Y u sff n KaisUa, 
roaohfiJ porx \ isti !i!ii\ 
u smutttlJ J'' 
Vokohama, •.\ i. 
;!,1SS tons nf gpufr al 
were plev oii .sa loon 
fng Prof. C. D 




iiiROQDOIS" 

T. :'■.-■ \.'.L(_-i ovif. 9 a.m. <laily "Jxcfpt 
-i.ni ... ii;- roi'i~Tuivn8ii,''n<l and Se- 



I ;i-: I'liuiiL'. .'^^ i-aiiir*" te!»VO.« 
IniKht. 



7AME3 McASTHUB. Agent. 

"I '.'I WJiai-f sitr«*'l"^ 




Through tirkots an'l Iliroush b!ll8 Of 
Iri'lin? arn now Issvied from Fug""! 
•So iiid antl British Columjttla ports to 
AMin. B. •('..■ Iiai'',..n Y. T. and Fali*^ 

nk.s, Alasika, rtlons made at 

.-ivngwav with ■ 11 iaily I rains, at 
While Horse and Caribou with our 
river and lal<e steaniere and at Dawson 
Willi ■»teain-'rs for points on the Lower 
Yiilvon river. 

l-'ur furli:or lnfcirni:it.lon npply. 
TBAFTIC DEPABTMlisfT W. P, & Y. Sj 
405 Winch Building:, Vancouver. B. C. 



Union S. S. Company 

Of B. C, Lid. 

Direct Prrvlce Between Vancouver and 

STEWART 

The fav9;-lt9 pasaenKPr et'^amer 

"Cainosun" 

r.e«ve« Vancouver every ■Wednes. 9 n.m. 
Ar. I'rince Rupert every Fri. afternoon 
Arrives titewart every Satur. afternoon 
Leave? Stewart every Saturday' 6 p.m. 
Leaves rrlnci icuport every Sun. 9 a.m. 
Arrives Vancouver ev«>ry Tuesday 9 a.m. 
TtclietK from VIctorlii.at llCa Wharf 
street. Telephone 1164. 



S.S, "Gollege Widow" 

Leavw tiif (-;. x. P., ^''-fir ^■ 

■' , T.-iO R. m.' 

Monday iind Thursday for 

SALT SPRING. OAHANO," 

MAYNE and nelfrhborlng- I»lanrt«. 

arrlvlnar back at Victoria at 

8:30 p. m. 

81.50 moxrwD trip 

Tuesday and Friday for 

MAYNE ISLAND AND WAY 
PORTS 

N\ fdrif .silay hmiI .!->alurday leave.s 
Maynp Island aT~7:00 a. -m., for 
N'loioria and way. ports. 

I'relBflit mtist hn xhippcd ti'W 
later tlinn 6:00 ]• n\ day prevjou-s 
to wailing'. '- 



Miirii, or llie Nlp- 
fapt. Hiorttlahl, 
Tuurniiig alter 
11 Kobe and 
ssorigers and 
cargo. TVn-ir 
pa.sRi'ngiTt:, liuluil- 
Tenny.^ sec rota r.v of 
ih^lirvUAJ^-States legation at^J'eking, 
au. authority oir things ("hln^-Bo .\vTVi> 
was I'ormi'riy In th.- fliinese govorn- 
ment sorvlce as head of the Pclyang 
rniversity aiul wns also one of the 
opium t'Oitiinlssiiuiers. , He Was be- 
seiged la Tieiit.sin during the Boxer 
rebellion. Accompanying him was 
New Way Sung, a Chinefle student, 
bound to Harvjird. Othi?r arrlvalR in- 
cluded a. 10. Hutti.n. H professor o( the 
polyteiduiical college e.stabli.shed l>y 
the <.'liine.'ie government at Shanghai; 
Mis.s .\. Myhre, sl.ster-in-law of, the 
master of the . Xorweglau steamer 
riiijah. now at Portland; J. W- Mc- 
Hiegir, who has been In the Imperial, 
Maritime customs »orvlce ami <;oine.'< 
to tttkf^ tip hl.s resilience iiir British 
'Vdnmbla: W. E. Mann' and H. S. 
:hodes, Jiounrt to Knglniul fro m the 
.-^traits SettJementH, anril several ' J'aP^ 
nne.-ie mcrcliants. ^)r.S.H Japanese, two' 
Rus.slans, one Hindu and one American 
.stceraRe paftsoiiger, 47-jHi>aHe<<e landed 
he^re, inoliirt'lDg fiiteqn women, a iitim- 
ber o'f whom Were to be inarTlt;d at tho 
Jnimigratiwji building to grooms who 
came ,fr6ni7,vurl6uK- points to ..meet 

thrill. ■ ; ■ >■; , ". ' --' 

In a n i Hter^ I o w givon on > board the 
Sado Maru to a ColonlBt repi>rtiCi_Erof: 
Tenny stated that rrinee TsflFrtinrrt, 
of i^hinft, is leaving in September for 
America on a naval mission; China 
has ordered two cruisers .qf 3,o;10 t.ni.s 
-ucted In Kngjand for' traininar 
! .s iu id _ ^s' n t iTe vi\^ f.' 'file 'Xo ochow 
ami Tientsin naval colleges. Prince 
Tsal llsun's mission is to make in- 




: SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE * 



By Government Wir«le»i 



/. 



Tatoosh- 



8 a. en., 

-Cloudy; 





1 



miles 
.Maru 
li.in.; 
I large 
I'a( 



s;\v., S 
52;, in, Sado 
In, Tallac S:30 
Drake towluB 



.1U:;j((; 

6.55 j).m.; 

In, CoL - 

4:4r> a.m. , 

lena— !-'oks.\- ; calm ; \3(}.22 
; liKhi .swell. •- , ' , 

Triangle Island— Overcast; 



11 gill S'.fO. wind 
I'rince Rui)ert in 
loite Sound 10. ii) 
l.iouiid. 

Kstevan — Cloiui.v 
^^mooth. 

Pritu-e flnperl- -Clouii.v 
-:!J.-li^ . ."jCi; sea .smooth. 

Point Gre>-7-Overcast; 
thick seaward, 30:10; ti;!. . -» 

• 'ape l-,azo--ClLar, calm, ;;u.i;i • 

.'lO; sea smooth; spoke Princf:; -•■ 

lieorge. H.Mjhm^, south _ta_ound -♦- 

oil (iKithani I'liinl. -• 

Noon ♦ 

Tatoosh— Cloudy. S.W.; -J^it:-::-*^ 

nines; 30.l'3 ; 55^ sea smo oth; •*l 

Mackinaw a.50 a.m. > 



; :;;>.fi3: .5.5. 

Queen I'har- 

a.ni. nortli 

»vp.«l; i3;_ 

caimi 

calm , 



Gi'and J rurik '-••Pacific Liner 
■Reached Fort ^ Last. ^Nigiit 
Fiom Northern British Co- 
lumbia Foils 



t'omiilillnt .til uui\ 1 IH I III ii.j:base 
from I'rince Itupert and way iforts of 
Brjtisli i.'ulumbia, the IV T. P. liner 
i'rince George, I'api. Robinson, reached 
porttast evening with a fair cargo and 
passengers. , .Among the rouml trippers 
on tile U'ip tills v,f>/age was Mr- U. L. 
.Xewman, who designed the s'leamer. 
The three-funnelled liner . siuUul—iO. 



out, 

'■ Kstevan — f'loudx 

.sea modt-rat«<» 

Triangle -Dens. 
K. 2l7&tJ; 54. 

Ikeda— 
smooth; 
in sight. 

Prim-e 
L"J.!1; 68; 

Pachena 
:>t>; light 



\\ haler 



west; .''.■., 

• ■ !•>*; Ii>;hl S. 

t . ' .< im, sea" 
William Grant 



■Rupert — tjioudy calm, 
_sea smoutlu ^. 

-l''oggy; calm; 30.'.'; 

swell; Otter east 



im, liar. 
imssod:- out 
George 3.30 



bound 10 a.m. 

Point Grey — Clear; ligln" .v. 
VV.; 30.23; 71; spoke Prince 
George 7 n;nj., arrived at \'an- 
c:pU:ve*^4X,l p.m.; in, Mi.irning 
Star ll.Bo-a.m. 

Cape Lazo — Overcast; lalni; 
30:17; 67; sea smooth. 
. ' 6 f>. m. 

Point Grey— Clear, i al 
30.26; temp.' .53; 
G.T.P. Str. Priuce 
p.m. _ — ^ — ^ 

Cape 'La«o-^loud,\ . south 
wind, 13 miles, bar. 30.30 temp. 
55, Out Quo^en, 1.40 p.m. and 
taircka . 3.40 R.m . v V 

K«tpv«^n — floiidv, w;estcrly 
wind. bar. 30.14, teinp. 65. S©ft 
moderate, no shipping. 

Prince Rupert — Overcast, 
westerly wind, bar. 29.40; temp. 
68, sea smooth, hpoke Prince 
Rupert 2 p.m., off Keitnedy isl- 
and. Passed In 4 P-Jn- 

J,keda — overcast, calm, . sea 
stnooth, no shipping. . , ■ 

Triangle— Dense ; fOffT SOUth- 
ast witt,<l, iiar 2»;D3. temp: u4; 
sea moderate. ' Spoke - ,North- 
mtron, -S^J-talififl-nt^rth-r' 
Cape Flattery, north" 



midnight for tlic Sound and will leave 
lure at the usual sailing hour tomor- 
row morning for the N^ortli. Those 
who debarked here are as follows: R. 
L. rCewman, TkT. C.nlet, "Miss GllbeiH. J. 
K. .\ki:)onald .Mrs. R. A. McMordle. C, 
.1. Oadroff. Miss Duncan,' Miss .Monroe-. 
.\;iss -\(iams and 16 passengers for Se- 
attle. 

Tiie- -Yajuiouver passengers \vere: 
\V. Ryland, Miss Dudgeon,- J. O. Skip- 
per, Miss Turcuiscm; Miss -T. , Miller. 
Wm. McRae, J.,B. McKay, J. Fletcher 
and wife. Wm, Vlvlzn. R. Vaughn, J, 
P. A'u^iln, M. nndy. G. Gordon, R. C. 
Hyde, W. B. Gi)rdon. J. Hagen and 
wife, P. J. Dulibcl.-.Alis.'Sj'ernjan. Mrs. 
K. U. Pearce. Mlas^b. MaaorrrS. De- 
sehaney and A. C. Voss and wife. 



'■*■- 

■^ — w estei^i, 
♦ west I'f 
■*■' bound, 



« « •-•^'♦•♦■ 



vetsig'atlons to.formiilate a naval pol- 
icy, similarly as his ^ brother, Prltice 
Tsal Tao, who Is returning from Bur- 
ope, ha.s been investigating with re- 
gard to military planw. Prof. Tenny, 
who lias been many years in' China, 
being formerly head of the Pelyang 
LTnlvt-rslty, said the new army organ- 
ization Wfisnow fairly effective. There 
was a standing force of fiO.OOO efflclenf 
well armed troops, a nucleus of paper 
Htrengtli i)f 150,000 troops for whicli 
enulpihent was ready. He slated fnat 
progress 'was now mori; rapid than at 
any time in> China's hlstor.v , although 
the advance was by, no-«»«a.ns being 



made as fast as Japan 
The ; Prince Regent _ls a progressist,' 
but "is not strong, and has many reac- 
tibnarfes surrounding -him. Thu edu- 
cational movement ls^prqgresslng_ well. 
Tong Kal Sun was about ready to 
leave for America with a large num- 
ber of students, sele.cted by essamlna- 
tlon, to be scattered In eastern Amer- 
ican universities. Prof. Tenny last^ 
year brought a party of students. The 
movement for eentralization of power 
at Peking was being strengthened 
each month. There were many depu- 
iitlons at Peking when he left on July. 
s^h W-king the immediate granting of 
VT 'parliament." "but theise-petitioners had 
been refused. ■ The government ad- 
hered to the programme of granting 
the constitution eight years h*!nre. 

That China i." making a strenuous 
effort to stoi) "" rrMvving of the poppy, 
Prof,, Tenny iiylnced. Poppy 

Ijlanting ha,v . su^ipressed, and 

while there ma.v he some outlying dis-' 
tricts wliere, with the connivatn'e of 
the local ofnclals, the growers 
manage to got a'supplyfor opinm •'■ 
business Is being put down and grain 
is being i)ianto»I Instead, mostly millet 
■T kaolin. 

The' siiuatiun In ( 'hiiia is quiet, and 
he futtire ciuiefude depends upon the 

mrtltion of tlie crop, which ,on the 
whole, promises well. Floods were re- 
ported from liuaaru province shortl.v, 

before he left, and It is not improbable 
that there Will be a shortage, MPhaps 
famine. In that dlstrlctJ. -aJid I n somft 
idher 'isolated places there may he, 
failure, but he does, not antlPTpst?> frfr.r 
vvrflespread trouble — -but, of course. 
I'hlna. Is the land of surprises. One 
never can foretell what may happen in 
China,', 

There hav. 
1 he last few ,\ yai s, 
.«how th# wa,v the 
apeak much for the 
on western lines 



pie of large shlps-^tnd- heavy guns is 
to be adhered to. the principals de- 
cided upon arc that rthe expansion 
rshali be carried out as soon as prac- 
ticable on the lines .of the minimum 
scheme formulated by the naval aii- 
1 th,«rities, finances to, be obtained from 
! surplus revenue. To avoid outflow of 
\ of specie, building is to be confined to 
' Japanese yards, and no alteration is 
to be made In previous prograrhmes. 
Ten .inllllon dollars yearly will he ad- 
ded to nayal expenditure. 

Boycott Over. 

The Sado Marii brought new.s that 
tlie T)b.vcplt by Clilna-agalnst Jap- 
anese has ended.' The Japan -Mail 
progresseth-i-i'ay*^ It '« uow confidently aHeged 



f')' .11 i-haiigp.O' in' 
and, a.s straws fO 
Wind blows, they 
progress of (^hina 
"ThOre Is no doubt 



IVlov«o*«nit...of...,S,tBJimjocs<, .. .._. 

The Alf.'ui li'i'" .s.s. Corinlhia n from 

H;t;vre and l-ondon will arrive at Que- 
Ti-c llii." morning and MMntre.il I'ri- 

No More Sleepless Nights 
r>on'f stflV awake nighls. If you are | 
rfsHeus tai<e a Mathieu's Nervine 
r^■^^der and in a few minutes a na< 
Hiral sleep Will bring you rest. ,,— 

They are safe, efficient, and do not 
create a habit, M"athieu's Nervine 
I'owders are sold In boxes of IS for 

If von cannot find any in > oRr local- 
it.\ send us 2rK' for full stre bfrti giving, 
also name of your dealer, and we wiJl^ 
J.Vna by return prepaUI. *-»'" 



hut that China has determined to 
mould her ways to .a great -extent In 
future on those of the west. Htre<'ls 
iu th" large cities, in Peking, Tientsin, 
anil elsewliere, are being macadamized, 
electric light and telephones are he- 
coming common — not many years ago 

_on]r>JgJs eyeii_ would have ref_usetL„to, 

have anythTrig to iTb \\Tf7i •nie»e""t1i1ngs 
lest they disturb the gods f)f wind and 
aln — and China is liecoming modern- 
ized. In Peking 'brf)nghnms are ■re- 
Xilsic.Uig the sedan Chairs of the past, 
■fltere nVe hunTlr?dS .rtf- br^nsrhums in 
the'enpltal now owned li.v o(fl<ial,«, wlio 
tnit two or three years ago would hftvJ>, 
perhaps, refused to ride In them. The 
silk hat, itlOW'-vrv, has n.H y^l iip- 

peared. 

Naval Expansion 

.l.>|ian has d'M bb d upon « na\nl e<- 
pansloii jtolic.v, according to Jspaiiese 
nevvs|.«aper« received bv the ."^'ado 
.\1aru today,_ They report tliat negti- 
tlntions have V)een on for some time 
belx\<'ei( the Ministers of N'h\.\ and 
I'liiHiice and have t>een concluded. The 
details are euppreesed, but the princi- 



Ihat the boycott against Japanese 
ships and mcrchandLse has at length 
been 'completely abandoned by the 
Chinese merchants tn Australia. ^Hn- 
ila and Hongkong.' r<<'ow for the (Hrst 
liriie Chinese subjecfts are frnieiy tak- 
ing passage In Japanese snips. It 
most be confessed that, the Chinese 
showed great determination and perse- 
verance in carrying out this lioycott. 
They were of course encouraged by 
newspapers which sacrificed eyerj- 
thing ill their lov^. ..f harrassing Ja- 
pan. 

New Steamers 

'I'he Jaftan-'^- - • .ci, t ...i;! news 
that as most of the sleamer.-i owned 
by the Mitsui Busaan Kaisha" arc old 
vessels' constructed about 1890 th>i 
firm has decided to. sell them and 
purchase new vessels. At the out- 
set the firm sold the Arlake Maru, with 
gross tonnage of 2.987 tons, registered 
at 2,183 tons, and constructed in 18yO 

10 Mr. Baba on the 4th instant at the 
jirlce of Y. 93,0.00. The firm will sell 
the TaikoTian Maru, Hjkozan Maru, 
and Fujisan .Maru. As substitutes 
for tlie abvivo tlie firm has placed or- 
ders with British shipbuilding yards 
to construct two cargo boats with 
carrying capa,city of 8,000 tons and 
3.000 tons respiectlvely.. They are e:-,- 
petited to tie .completed by Apfll : 
tiext year and will be brought to Ja- 
"pan in August of the same year. The 
holds of the new steamers will be dif- 
ferent from thoie -of ordinary cargo 
iJonHxrTmft'PCri^'tn be used especially 
for loading beans and coals. It is re- 
ported that the larger steamer will be 
allotted for the transportation of coal 
between Mlike and Singapore while 
tire smaller one will transport (;oal 

between Milke and„ Shanghai,,^. The 

firm has also a project -on foot to con- 
atruct two large steamers of 10,000 
tons whicRVv^lr be allotted for the 
transportBtlan of Ijeans fritm Dairwi; 

The cargo for Victoria was: Re- 
fined sugar 1.630, ■Tlo&rr,'mK)T"~t»rtotra. 
.Hago ."iti'i, vegetable ISO. shoyu 90. dry 
provision 7B, sake 20. salt water 20, 
silK goiTTlH 1, mcrcbandise i51, 177 tons 
For Seattle the freight was as fol- 

■ify-wff-i Tea ;t,.174. , lea samples 21, 

^rude camphor 1,209. rice •.','2iSf>, so.\' 1,- 
200, porcelain 1,078, matting 1,020, 
raw silk 74.5. nrl.«!0 430, illy bulb 119, 
preserved vegetable 100, crockery 90, 
sake 81, straw braid 92 tin fi6, silk 
' goods 49; "polish sand 4S, s%lt water 
14. Vinegar 11,. men liaudife, 9S5; 2,- 

011 tons. "" , 




Strenuous Fighting on Chinese 
Islands Not Far From Macao' 
—Pirates Drove Back Por- 
tuguese Landing Force ' 



Aqbbrdlag tw 4^vii?eHS brousrht by the! 
Saflo Maru whlt^h arrived today from! 
the Orient the recent Operations by| 
the Portuguese in suppressing Chin-! 
<*ae .pirates massed 4n-^ho willed cltyj 
of f'olWOwan on \!^Onkom Island, near' 

arkation ijuestlon and trouble between 
c'htna and .Portugal. Klei'en t'hlnese' 
gunboats were sent to the vicinity.; 
The pirates were w^ U a rmed,^_bging; 
equipped .With ilausor rifles and' 
smokeless powder. About 4,000 na-j 
ttvcs Joined the pirates after >hey! 
seized the Avails of Colowan, but nianyl 
fled to the mainland by junk when; 
tlic Portuguese began to •• bombard 
The Portuguese fleet consisttt^.of^tjjuj}^ 
cruiser Vasco de Gaina, which had set 
out frdin Hongkong for Japan and was 
recalled by w lreles.«i telegraphy from 
Macao, the three small gunboats ana; 
fr.ur gunboats wert> sent by China; 
to watch, The Portuguese vessels 
opened fire on July 16th and the bom-| 



bardrri'cnt continued next €ay. T.hei 
Portuguese then called upon the pi-] 
rates to surrender, but a- defiant andj 
insultiug r^ply was sent A landing |. 
force was then sent agaynst the ('hln-i 
•4''»e, but it was driven back with lOBSj, 
and reembarked. The Portuguese ves-| 
.■-else then began a blockade. On the 
17th they intercepted a small junk 
coincNlng iiouder to the idrates and 
«unk it, three of the occupants bc-i 
uig rapture, the iHhcrs belnK dro\Mi-i 
ed. A junk containing a suriply of, 
petroleum fur liurnins <he deac\ killed 
ill the boml)ardment wh.s ^ pcrmitleUi 
thriiugh th(- Portugues,(i jiijes. Sever-'; 
al Potluguese, \^ ho were, wounded and 
< a()tiired, were killed on the city wall 
l.v the pirates in view of the bonj- 
lanling . gunboats, 'I'ho operatiiuis 
which have since proved succeaSf^J.I 
were not concluded when the steam- 
er .sailed. " • / ■■ 

The attack ,\vi» made in eonse-, 
quence- of the capture from settle-, 
inents In the Porluguesp zone of a! 
number of Chlueae clilldren by the pi-] 
rates who Uemanded hiv.'li ransoms, 
and threatened to kill the captives un-' 
lews ifayment, was made. A hand cut. 
inmi one was sent to enforce the,- de- j 
ifiiinil, •Pi'fPlints aiipllcd for relief to | 
tlie Governor of Macao and the Por-i 

t iigu~c3Tr~TTecr vras sen t^ Severn 1 

shore villages weiH- raided l)y the, 
Portuguese and in some of these part,s 
of the kidnapped children were found. 
ITp lo .luly 17 the Portugxu'.se lo.sses 
were 50 killed and wounded. SLxty 
chincHewcre captured, Tlie report-; 
eil heavy io.sscs ashore, i 'liina iiL-as- 
■■sistlnc to era d icate the pirate s , I h 1 1 
l.s makLng-prutiiats. against invasina ,,( 
disputed territory. 

Fighting in Formosa. | 

.Severe ligliling, with lieav.\- .lapa-; 
nese lobsii s^^ J fi- .-bckig. - 40 n ti 1 1 w ed inj 
Formosa, according to advices rcceiv- ; 
ed by the Sado Maru today. The 
Japanese H^'e^K>w-'enBaged in capturing; 
Shlnarek mountain proposing to- 
mount artillery there to dominate the 
native strongholds atulJiaye lost many, 
tnen 4iy— the-ta^tlcs of the headhunt-, 
ers In rolling lieavy rocks ovei* cliffs 
.XJU-. advancing parties. Rocks welgh- 
itig tpns were arranged with props to 
be; pitlled away by natives jyeU hid- 
den. Sniping an<t ambuscades ' 
small parties has cost many liw;:-. 
Meanwhile the Jai)ane8e are steadily 
surrounding the headhuntcrs in the 
Gaogefi^ disfriot and are cutting ar- 
tillery roads to\the top of Bonboiij 
recently capturedK With field guns 
mounted there andXon Shinarek it is 
considered t hat t he eomplete subiug- 
ation of thenSatlves lit this distrprtri 
will be enforced, the campaign pmb-l, 
ably occupying two months. The 
r.atlv^is charge Japanese positions 
were reckless bravery, and .^be final 1 
struggle is expected to be very,^Ban- 1 
guihary. Xiimerous minor engage- 
ments are being daily reported to To-| 
kyo. A battery- of heavy artillery has 
been despatched bylsct to Sowo on the; 
east coast and a force is being landed' 
Jiere to push In toward the rear of 
the Formoaans. The difficulties of the 
counttry are too fireat to allow of I 
rapid movement. Natives used asl 
scouts reiTlort that the native ' chief- 
tains have re8ol\Td to fight to the 
death. 

The Recent^ Convention. 

Japanese ,ind ChlneS'e ■;, newspapers 
received by the steamer Sado Maru 
contain many col tinrins of comment on 
the recent Ru.bso- Japanese' conven- 
tion, Mr. Oishi. leader of the opposi- 
tion In Japan is quoted by the Jljl 
Sjhlmiio as stating that Japan alms 
at an armed alliance with Ru.ssia, 
nothing ''short of which he holds will 
permit Japan to carry out her Korean 
and Manchurian policies, settle Chin- 
ese (piestions and maintain armaments 
The Jiiiparlese comment is mostly ex- 
ultant, the concensiis of o)>lnloTi be- 
^St^jthat Jaimn Is strengthened there- 
in- to comiilete the ifrogramrac map- 
ped, out in the Orient. Chinese com- 
ment is mostly antagonistip, not onr 
ly that of the vernacuular press but 
also of the foreign press In China. The 
Korth China Daily News maintains the 
convention means partition of Man- 



# Ca„ad«nPaci«c ff 



SEATTLE 



AND 




$2 



Week -End Tic kets 

Saturday until Monday 



$2 



L. D. CHETHAM, City Passenger Agent 
1102 Government Street 



GRAND TRUNK PACIFIC 

■CI-LAKrL,0TTK ISLAND.S, 



F<Mi ri;i.\i,'i'; i;i I'KKT, 



I'KWAItT. Ql'IOJEIN 
\'la Vancouver 



S. S. Prince Rupert, 3,000 Tons. S. S. Prince George 



F.very Friday, 10 a. vn. 

]'Mi: .<i;a rrt.i;, SATmiDAv.s a.m> \vioi>Nft:SDAY.s. MinNiGHT. 
lteturnlng,"teave Seattle, Sundajis a.nd ,Thur«dayB, Midnlghi. 



I :,■•!, .Mdoday; — tO-a. m. 
;i;a rrt.i;, satuRdav.s a.ni> 



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THE INTERNATIONAL DOUBLE-TRACK 

ROUTE 

Ueaches .-Ml Points in 

Michigan, Ontario, Quebec, Maritime Pro'vinces, 
New EnglantJ, New York and South and East 

Via Any Iloute. 
'.idbod:- mod ern and luxurious trains. For inforinatlo.n as to 
.. al.so for folders and partirulai-s re Grand Trunk Pacific p'olnts, 
appl.v, ut temporary office. G. T. P. iliu!.. Wiiurf .--sireet, rear of Post 
'"flciu—iV^iie-oe telephone: 

ic; u PEM5'wr'''~~fiieph oho 2 4 3 H — -—"■TTATToiTri •TrrroTTsr;""^ 

C. P. & T' \ ' Dock and Freight Agent G. T. P. S P. 

(;■ HIT, I rans'-Atlantlc Stoamship Une4s. 



m 



fares, ef 



■w. 



For Northern B. C. Ports 

S. S. VADSO 



On 



THURSDAY, AUGUST 4th 



JOHN BARNSLEY, Agent, 534 Yates Street 



Phone 1925 



churia between Japan and Russia, and Pcnriih dastlc will popstltute the 



Some of the f.'hlnese newspapers at- 
taefe the. gpvernmePt for enlistttiff the 
support of Ain^rl'ica and thus Indut-e 
the making of the convehtloti. Count 
Okuma in an interview at Tokyo 
states ''the convention will do away 
with an opportunity fuij a thlr^ iiovv- 
er to disturb the status. q,>no in Man- 
churia." 



present fleet. The^^'Str Nicholas; after 
i!;>-it.c|..lJlJK,.-C.arKil at "Vancouver will clear 
for. KiirOiie from •Seattle. The ' hoiii" 
port of the liners In- Surope will 'b- 
.Antwerp.. • ' 



CoalBaVge H^re. 
The f. }'. It. tug c'7.ai reached p{>rt 
vesterdav morning with the coal barge 
Will H. Case with a cargo of cOal for 
the I'. P. R. steamers, 

_ ^ . — ' 

New Service 
A new European Pacific coa'st -iser- 
-i-Jce wi[l be inaugurated by the Bal- 
four-Guthr'ie & <.?o., tomorrow when the 
steamer St. Nicholas, recently charter- 
ed for the line will ardxe at Seattle, 
The St. >Jlcholas. Greystoke Castle, 



Contract Renewed 
- Dating, from the first of Augu.:r 
next, the Canadian government has re- 
newed for one year the contract \viili 
the 'Union Steamship company for th'^ 
fccrvlce between Vancouver, ■Austrfiii:v 
and New .Zealand, lit the rtveantim.'. 
tenders are being called for a thr''"' 
or four year contract, The departnieiit 
,<>/ trad§ and commerce has been :m1 
vified that the new 6,600 ton xc^f-:'. 
Zealahdia Is nowon her first trip b' 
Vancou\;er. 

KonVeT BmiMJ !5<*p 9l»an« -TRvdhen t<-M». 
tils, steel, iron and UnwM,. j kiiiros »n--' 
farka. and all kind* of CutleCV^ 



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Pemberton Building 



i 



A Few Offices 
and Suites of 



Offices 




Still to Rent 

in this 

Builciing 



Vadso Sails Tonight. 
The stnanier \"adso Is scheduled 
leave ' for Northern 
ports tonight. 



s scn<»ouie<i to 
Firitlsh (,'nlumbia 



City of Puvbia Due. 

'fhe steamer City of Piiehia of the 
Pacific Coast f^leaniship compan>-. Is 
due to arrive here this morning from 
the G0l<l»O t*ate. ^ 



K'rii!;tl inrlndc? li]q:ht,- hcal. Iinl .iiid rold water. janilor,?>ervicc.' Three elevators of tlic very latc^l design will be in nper- 
alioi].. Fortv vaults arc alicaih Imill. i.tlicrs can bo added anywhere aiKl- slight dtcraitions-eaiT be' made before the building is 
fuiislieiCfn'siiir tenants. 'I'lir biiildiiig- is constniolcd of the liest materials', is as fir^epronf as it is possible to niakc a build- 
ing, aii'TilK' tini-h III It will bf nr.tiiiiiK bill ihcVery best, 'I'lic dfficcs are airy, light, have irnmcnsc window space, .some of 

th'^m have splendid vie^vs. ;md tt \\(Mildbe inii)<)s>ible to find more healthy otTiccs. They will be cleaned r^-gtikrly by 

vacTi-uni clcancr§, ' , ' • 

PEMBERTON & SON 

Agents 614 Fort Strfept 




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THur«d«y, August 4, 191Q 



VIC1X)RIA DAILY COLONIST 




Ltd., of Montreal 



r 



** Thk Seal op CeaTAivTv 



IHt {<■ 

SLATER :;; 

SHO[ f,5 



'^ 



GOODYKAR- WklT -CSewk 



The 

President's 

Office 



Russell E. White. 

909-jCiav.ermnent St., 

Victoria, B.C. 




FINANCIAL-" COMMERaAL 




IPRICES UPON BAD 




( 




of Unfavorable 
n Northwest 'the 
Uniei Factor in the Wheat 
Market— Strong Close 



Prospects 
Weathe 



do . pfd .-101 

Mallfiix Tramway .', 117 'A 



/ 



St 



^^Iiintreal, 



Ani;"usi 



igio. 



Dear Sir — 



I think it would be well for-^ ^ the ' fact that yours is the 

only store in Victoria where otiT^customers can get The Slater Shoe. - 

This suggestion is made because we have had so many reports in years past of 
shoes-foisted upon the public as Slater shoes which were not ourSj^fH^^^iadrrti 
any right or Jit4€ to be c alled I'Slaj e r" sh_ge .s Thfy.H .£i:£-ineisljr^cQu4teL^ 
Had w^e the sam e-!^nVt a n d J u^ 'lir^^^^ ■ goads ^ 

the\- have in England — the men who sold these ,imitatiQilS,w^H44s@i^^ arltbef-" 
ty to sell shoes. Tjjcymigiit be making them. 

^'on have the^sole right -tO-^^selFSUter shoes in Victoria. No one else can 
legitimatelv or honestlv offer fbr iate a; Slater shoe in your city. T wish to as- 



C.;UICAt;(.i. AUK- 3. — Th.' a.lvHiirc i 

the tuarktit was someililnK of a «ui 
luisc. It was prliiu»i-ily tlie ruHUlt 
mi v),versold (jonci^itlon ,of the truil^e^ 
\.\w uloso Tuesday'/ w^ftii'Tuiraers'.weri; 
out_ 9f tlieir wlu-iU and Iniporlant alioit. 
Htie.s i>iit out. The l.lvurpool marUut 
caini! .strong and liiKln-r -thla m oiiiInK- 
The country acceptances on Tuesday 
night were ^-eported light and Iho 
Frenph crop, news was decidedly bullT 
iHh. Northwest marketa showed de- 



IllliiolH Traction pfd 
Luke of Woods . . 

,do . ptd 

IjaurtnLldt' Pap<;r 

do pfd . . . . / 

MfX. Light and Tower... 
MonlrnnI Culloti (.'o. .... 

Montreal Hti Hy. 

Nor.. (;ilih) Ti'actlon 

Ogllvi.- MlK. Oo. . . .''.,. . . 

do " pfd ; . • . .,..,,.,; . . 
Ottawa \A. lind Pow. . . 
i'cr]inin].s l.di. ........... 

do pIM 

Quebec Uailway.s ........ 

Ulo ill' .lailltTo Tram. . . '. 
ShawniKaii Wnt. and l^ow. 

Tor,oiito Kallways) ' 

AVliinipfK lOlec; Co. . . . . . 

Canada Cement 

(1.1 |)fd 



8» 

1 3 1 Vt 
131 
74Vii 
125% 

2;n 

83 

130 ' 

111) , 

so ', 
39 Vi 

K',1 

116 

18M1 

80 'A 



103 
120 

i2r. 



75^ 

(1 1 6 
232 ',4 

'83 ■% 

1 3.0 y* 
ii;6 



S2 I 

!I0 

«7 
110'^ 
1 SO 

ly 



NEW YOKK OOTTOir MABXET. 



sure you that the "Slater" name and the Slater "Slate" mark, stands for a full 
guarantee of wortrwEOT^IKe 'oil a $4.00, $S.oa.or $^.oo .shoe for men or for 

women. . ' ' . ' ' • , . 

CHAS. E. SLATER, , ' .. - ; , ' 

President and Gen'l Manager, ; 

THE SLATER SHOE ^CQ., LIMITED. 

Wfe publish the' above personal letter without comment; It spe,aks for itself. 



White's Shoe Store 



The Seal or Certawty 




GoOOVtAR. WttUT >SEVOi 



909 ^^fm^ 

Government 

Street 

Victoria, B.C. 




cided MtrenKth. ^t tlnit.'s imd top- prices 
for the day ° In this trade -\iujrui- eatali^L 
lished on buylnj^ basted on -prospocta of 
bad, weather for the Canadian nortn- 1 Oec. 
wijQiLl. Northwe«t messages Indttrate the 
trade iiS^much afraid, of wet weather -for 
the 'spring wheat movement and cash 
wheal prices were one to two cents 
higher in the southwest markets 
Wheat — • open. High. L.ow 

sopt 101 10; !4 101 

i Dei-. .... 

' May 

"CorlF=— - 

r.t. .,,.,... M «2% «1% .'62% 



Close. 

101=5i 

103%. 104% 103V4 lO-l+ii 
107% 108%.i07% 1-08 ^^ 



• f « •^^ « • » 4 



Oats— , 

Sept,. ,..-.. : 

Pec 

May . . . 

' Pork- 
Sept 

.]«n 

Lard — 
Sept 

Oct. 

.Ian. ..... - . 

(Short Rlha 
.^ept. .. 
Oct. . . 
Jan. . ■ 



69% 60% ^ 9% eiO 

JJ7% 3.8% 37%- 38 
40% 40% 40^ 40% 



(Kurnl.shod by F.^Vv'. 
Option — Open, 

Jan. .... . . .-. isrirr-' 

Feb. . ..-. TaVS? 

March 13.')^ 

May .-13.07 

June 

July 

ir..:t7 

. ....11. -'4 

. 13,75 

13.67 

13.64 



Stevenson (& Co.) 
nigh. Low. Close 



I3.I11.I 18.55» 



Auk 

Sept. 

Oct. 

Nov. 



i:!.7r> 

13.7!) 



ir,.47 

14.39 
13.88 
13. fit 
13.75 



13.62 
13.66 



15.32 
14.21 
13.74 
13.67 
13.62 



13.69, 
13.70 
13.75 
13. 7K 
13.83 
J3.S4 
15.47 
14.39 
13.^5 
13.75 
13.73 



BEVAN, GORE & EtlOT, Limited 

STOCK AND BOND BROKERS 

Members of Victoria, Vancouvei- and Spokane Stock Exchanges. 



INSIDE PROPERTY 



/ 



6o X I20 ft., close to Douglas, on View Street,— The cheapest 

buy in Victoria. 
50 ft,, well situated on Douglas Street.— Inquire. 

Fort Street. — Three s^ood buy.s. 

Stewart.— A very cheap lot on Seventh Street, Small cash 

])avment and balance monthly. 
Oak Bay.— -A charminj.,^ residence, close to the sea, standing in 

an acre of cnlljvatetl ground. Nothing cheaper in Oak 15ay. 

$1,000 cash will ha-nclje this, balarice'1at:6 per ceiit. -■; ,^^^^3^ 



Pliones 2470 and 247i 1 122 Government^'St., Victoria, B.C. 



/ 



coBA7:.T Miiriiffa stocks. 



(Furnished by F. W. fetevenaon & Co.) 
.TORONTO, Aug. 3.— Following was 



the bid prioe: 



Amalgamated, 2 ',a ; 



IJalley, 6%; Beaver Con., 19; Big Six, 
3V6: Buffalo. Tnr; — chambers , Ferland, 
17 "4; City of Cobalt. 22; Cobalt Lake, 
H>4;,eonlgaB. 490; Crostn Reserve, 260; 



, 18.00 .IS.M- 18.00 









i.7a 

.60 
MM-. 



ll.«7 
n.55 



18.00 

; 11.70 

,11.57 

tO-30 



U.8b,llr.6« 11.55 
. ...lU»"/ia;if 11.06 

. . . . ...i.i^ao M6 



11.66 
11.10 

-a.'ao 



STEW YOKK STOCK MABKET. 

(Furnished- by-F. W, 'Stevenson &-Co.) 

ClosJnfe 
Low. . ■ Bid. 



132<4 131% 

107% l(i7V4 

10«/ 10.1^4 

7 M t 7 4 ■ 



GooovTukii. Wklt Akwk 




stock— Htgh. 

Amal. Copper .... '64 

AmrCtfr Fdy. .... 45 'A 

Am. Cot. OIV . . . i . • 86 14 ■ 

Amer, Loco. ..... SS - — 

Amer. SmeJt. 67 'A 

A mer'. Rug air • . • .. . . 

Amer,> Tob. ■,.'..*.. j. 
Amer. Tel. ......... 

Amerr Woo}«Hi;:;:»T*-i 
A nac o n da' ..",♦,•»'• 
.-Ulant ifc Coaat 4»' 
Atehfiion .... .'.>~ 

B. and .$5,_^. »,»■*-• r .,. 

B. s^ '^» ••.,*..«,.* 

C. C. ,C. and .8.; L.'. . .. 

C. P. R. •• 

C, and O. ,. «. «0% 

C. and A. .... .;» t • V '. i ' 

C. and -Or'**-." -;■;'... ----M 

;C. and N. W. ..;.. .. 

iC. M. and S, P.., I. ni*k 

■Cent. Leather .... 33% 

iG. F. and I. ..;.... 28 

i Colo, Southern ..... !. . 
I .do Is ptd . . .' . 

; Con. Ga« , 127% 

' Hocking Coal ....•• ■ . .'■ ■... 

I Corn Produ9t8 ; . . . ,1*H 

, ti. and U. ........ '... • 

; D. and ft. O. ..... 84% 

DlstiUera .. 

llCrle' -. ....... 24% 

I do Is^pfd .... aft 

: «en. Elec. . 140% 



82 

44% 
55 

65 



. 62% 
■. 44% 

55 

36 

68 

'11« 

116 

i7% 

l(^f 
-"M% 



ti% 

120% 
31% 

2T%- 



106% 

74% 
69 
185% 

70% 

2r4% 

21% I 



'■Fa»tcrr-S;^-<3t«onfc 2ii;, Green Meehin, 
1; Great Northern, 6; Hargreaves,~X8^% ; 
Hudson Baiv JO; . Kgrc-Latee.. ,70.0; La.- 
Rose, 370; Llttio Nlpisslng. 15; McKln- 
*A;-^ancy Helen, 3%; .N'ip- 
Isslng, 10%; Nova .Scotia, 24; Ophlr, ,12; 
OtlsRe, 3; Peteraon Lake, 16%; Right of 
tVay, 18; Rochester, 14; Silver L,eaf. 
i-% ; SllVer Bar, 4 % ; Silver. Queen, 4 ; 
Terriiskatnlng, 89; Trethewcy. 120; 
Watts, 2. 



COLD STORAGE 

V. I. COLD STORAGE & ICE GQ. 

' Victoria, B."Cr^ 

Goods received at alLJiDurs. Expert affehtion 

Con-signments solicited 



given. 



'J\.-lc|)linne _'28_' 



P. O. Box 875. 



KBTAI. UASXSTS. 



. LO l iafln coppe r Clo i ?e: 3pu l a. B0- 8 -$, 
off 6-3, sales BDO tons. Futures. 66-2-6, 
of 6s, sales 1400 tons. 
- I.,ondon silver. 24%. New York sU- 
ver, 53. Mexican dollars, 44 cents. 
Standard copper, Oi2.02® 12.20. 
Tin, J33.0033.25. 
. Lead, $4.40® 4.50. 
Spelter, »5.4fl<i9 5°50. 



Salei on. Vancouver Stock Exchange. 

1000 AlbertSr Canadian OU »it 9%: 

10.000 at 10. - ■ 

500 Portland Canal at 33. 
1000 Nugget Gold at $110. 
500 Bitter Creek at 78i 
100 Bed Cliff at $1.37. . 
5000 Nabob at 7. 



PORTLAND 
CANAL STOCKS 

SOUGHT AirZ> ■OI.D OI7 
COUMISSION 



R. D. MacLachlan 



Member 



Victoria Stockbrok^ra" 
Association. \-- 



Phone 2358. 



1122 Govt. St. 



Oldham & Matterson 

Members Victoria .Stockbrokers' 
Aasociatlon. 



Board of Trade Building. 
Phone 2106,, 



fflE.W)CAL MARKETS 



,121% 

32% 

27% 
60 

■70 ,, 
126% 
4% 
13% 
155% 
. 2s% 
26% 
24% 
•.1>»% 
139%— J38 



18«* 

33% 

23%- 
88% 



Almost Every Ship 



That turns her prow fox._the good port of Victoria carries in 
her cargo some goods for this firm. Just now \vc have a large- 
shipment of glassware heading this way, and in order. to be 
ready for it. we will sell all vye own in this line at preterit at 
a price that will certainly make it move (juickly. 'Note tlic 
prices: 

Large Water Pitchers, \Vorth 75c 40r 

Celery Stands, worth 3Qc ;15ip 

Glass Sets, Sugar , Butter", Cream and Spooft Holder, regular 

75c. Per set • • ■ 25r 

Decanters, i-<iuart_size, cut, tracings, , Cheap at 75c each. To 

f:;-o at. a pair ■...'... i ; oOc^ 

Thin Water Glasses, r'e.i;u]ar $1.0., -.t .!■.-/,<- ' \v .500 

Heavy Glasses, regular .$1.25 a dozen. l o clear af ....75^ 
Water Sets, i:o'd dr.-r.r.Trion rrn-nlar .$3.^)0. To <:lear, per 

set ^1.50 

Berry Sets, wcjrlh $3.00, at ■ ■ ■ - S^1.5() 

2-oz. Glasses, regular 75c ^ doyx:n._ To ik-ar at 40<r 

Claret Glasses, 'big^ lot. Per dozen i25<* 

Sugar Bowls, Butter Dishes, Berry Bowls, Syrup Jugs, Salt 
and Pepper Bottles, Etc., Etc. alP Reduced to Clearing Price. 



(Furnished by F. tlT.IStevettWiirt -«*€».> 
SPOKANK, Aug.'^'S.^Thp following 
was tiie bid prices:' A)*iraeda, -^^i-ji- 
C. Copper,. 450; Can. Con. S. and K., 
65: Chopper King, 6%; Gertie, 1; Hum- 
ming Bird, 72; ilypotheek, 5%; Inter- 
national C. and C, 62; Idalio' S, and K., 
3:' lAuky CalunSpt, 3%; pom Paul, 3; 
Mineral Farm, \'\ MIsBOula Coppei:...i.%; 
Monitor,. 4; Nabob. 7%; North l'\ank- 
lln, 5: Portland Canal, .11 ; Rambler Car- 
iboo. 24; Rex, r>«4; Sn^iwshoe, 2; Snow- 
storm. 52; Stewart. 70; Wonder, 1%. 



Gt. Nor. Ore- 

liUnoia-^imt. 
Inter-M«t., . . 
InL- Paper . 
Int. -Rump . 
Iowa Cent. 
L. and N. . . 
H^lf Xl c an C e 
M. S. P., S 



-*3- 



.187^%- 

If.-'i 



Mil- 



's. K. 



HALLIDAY CLYDE CO., LTD. 

Sheet Metal Workers, Joliljcrs, Etc. J' 

-Phone 855 . 558 Johnson Street 



St. Denis Resumes. 
Commencing tn night the steamer 
St. Denis, which has been lying at the 
Turner wharf for some time will be-- 
gln service for the ru>8cowlt7. Steuiri- 
shlp rompany. The vessel having been 
rf- chartered ,by tliat . company for 
three months to rtin to Rivera Inlet. A 
cargo and aeveral, pn.ssengers ,hJive 
Viecii l)i)okf'd f.ir Uie initial trip. 



.-. Not a minute should be. lost when a 
child shows symptoms of croup. 
Chamberlain's fough Remf;dy. piven 
as soon as th<? child "becomes' hoarse, or 
ever}, after the cro upy eoufft -i— ttppi?ars. 
will prevent the , attack. Sold hy all 
dealr<?B, " " • 



M. K. and T. . . . . 

Missouri ,Pac. ..., 

Nat, Lead 

Nevada- Cons. . . . 

.N. y. Gent. ...... 

N. Y. O. and W.,. 

.\. and W. . . . ; . . ; 

Northern Pac. . . . 

Pacific Coast . . . . 

Pacific Mall . ... 
■pennsyl. Ry. . .. . , 

Peoples'' Gas- . . , . . 

Pittsburg coal ... 

Pro.sKcd StiJei . .. 

IVadln^ ...,;. . . .. 

~ do ■ Is pfd . . . 

Rep. Steel • • 

Rock Island .... . 
do pfd 

Sloss Ste»'l 

.Soul hern |- 

.Moulliern Ry. 

Tenn. Copprr 

Texa-s Par 

Third Ave, 

T. S.-L. and,-W.,.. 

Twin City- . ; .T. ;. 

Union r-^c. ...:.. 

jr. s. Cast I r*lp«'. 
[ I'. S. Stffi 
I ITtaTi • Copip. 
I Virginia. Cheni. • • 

WabaHh . . /. ■ ■ ■ 



51 

'1 6 



33«% . 

• i .. ' • 

123% 123% 

32 'ai' 

51 I-",' 

5" ; '2- 

19',* r-rHs% 

in%- 109% 



96 

115 

«% 

128% 

104% 

1^% 

lJt7ii 

29% 

29%. 
63 Vj 



■94% 
111% 

24 

127% 

103% 

15, 

- tcr 

138 

28% 
,, 62 , 



51i4 

1 :.'!;!. 

10 . 

39% 

16 
186% 
. 27% 
124 

81 

50% 

49% 

19 

iio^; 

■ 38% 
94% 

113% 
,85 
23% 

127% 

14 

29% 

• 136% 

• 85- 

' 2.8% 
29 
61% 

55 
1 1 1 'i 

i;;i% 

25 

. '7% 



.. ' Feed*tuft«. 

Brmn^ P#r 100 lb. 1 3i 

Shorii. per 100 lb» ». . 1.46 

.Middlings, per 100 Iba . l.'TO 

OalB. t>*''"^00 lb«. .;........,. .1.45 

Feed- Wheat, per 100 lb» J.IO 

Crushed Oats, per 100 iba .. 1.5ft 

Barley, per 10_0 lbs 1,60 

Crusliurt Barley.' per .100 lb*__^. 1.8 

rhop Feed, per 100 lbs. .... I7B0 

-Whole: Corn, per^ 100 lbs. .... 1.85 

Cracked Corn, per 100 lbs... 1.30 

Keed. t;ornroeal. per 100 !!>»... l.»0 
Hay. Fruer lUv«r, par too .< 34.00OS5.00 

Hay, pralrl« .•.s«»t»«.5** «••• 19.00 

'E*f"~~ ' ■ ■ ^ ■' - ' ',.1. 

Kre»n Island, per dozen ..,.,.. .40 

Eastt-rn EcK*, pe^ doaon .... .St 

ChKsae — 

Canadian, p«r Ih ....at .S( 

Neufcbatel. rach .....••••*-.•: .10 

Crearn. local, each ..••.« - .10 

ButtT — 

Alberta, per Il>. .........•«•« :SI 

Best- Dairy v"** .l»0.»« 

Victoria Creamery. p«r iD.... ,41 

nowlchan Cr«.»m(,ry. per lb.... ,45 

Cotnox Creainerj. per lb _ .40 

ball oprJD«.la Creamnrv. lb.. . M 
.- ,-. jpiour. 



hag- . . 



M offer ri Methods #, 

' - - J. 

and pnln-itaklng: cnxp In cleanlnt; 
«.nd pressing; men's garments glva 
our work the preference with the 
men of care In their dres.t. 

CostiJ no more than les.-? .skillful 
work, bvit what a dKTorcnco in re- 
«ult,'il 



:;;ni!?iTOarrTTor:xn!T 

orders If you'll say ihe word, 



dPlIvrsr yonr U 
} word \ 

'----'-•' *'•:-- I 




VICTORIA STEAM DYE WORKS 



844 Fort 8t. 



Phone 717 



[ A BROKEN-DOWN SYSTEM, i 

I Thi'' 1*: ... f on<l:ticjn tor (iisr.i.;/.! to whirh doctors ,^ 

I g-ivr ni.iny nani.*i, but wliuli frw of thrm .r^.illy « 
urdcpnand. It is simply wealrness — abri-akrdown, ij 

■ asU were, of the vital forieB that. sustain the «>■»- j» 

f tern. ■ No matter what may be its eauses (for thry Oi 

. are almost numberle>s),it!i symptoms are much the . 
same; the more prominent lii^inif sleeplessness, _S 1 V,^"' ." .j-ni 
sense of prostration or Hvririnf'is. 'O'eprrviron of 'J 'pW.Ti, I. 4jninn 

I spirits and want of rnersy for all Uie ordinary -o | Westtnglioiise 

I affairs of life, Now,.wbatalpneis»bsolatelyessen- "^ 

I liil in allauriicas^s is »'«<rr<rair</ «'/(»/;/)>— vlfrour— u 

VITAL STRENGTH & ENERGY (2 

t<> I'm row off iIk'S'- nmrh t! fc^-riDi^v, and rs;)ri irnr r ^ 

, proves th.Tt a-^ ri'.Rht suk rf-eds the Hav tlii^ m.iy he fj 

xnorf^ rrrtainly s<t:iir«rl by a coursr of '-^ 

THE NEW FRENCH RENJFtJY ^, 
THERAPIONIMO.3I 

than I'V anv other known < utiihiuation. ino^urrly 

a*: if i^tak<'n ^Ti a ^T-nrt*. :t nr-r' TnththT- rfir r ir' tl m i^TT g^ 'r "- 

THE EXPIRING LAMP OF LIFE a 



ic. 



ifl'i 



57 ■>« 
Ifi ■ 



lORVi 

H)i% 

H 

131; 
n7«tf 

16% 
G.l 



Royal Hjnw'etiol*-.-; 

L.ak« of the Woods, a ba«. 

lloyal .Standard, a bag ....... 

Wild noaiT per sack ; ; 

Kobin Hood, .p«r aack..-...^. . . , . 

*'algary. a bag •......• 

Pnowfinke, a bag ...:.. 

Drifted Snow, per sack ....... 

Threce Star, lux^sack ; . .- 

MoHel's ©•■,«» pel" ^^.g 

. -• Meat*. 

Beef, per lb. ............*•• 

Mutton, per lb - 

:klutton, Australlnn •• 

Veal, dressed., u«f lb 

Oeese. dressc-d. per lb. , 

Cblckuns, per lb 

Chickens, per lb, live weight. 

Ducks, dresaud, par lb 

Hams, p»r lb. : 

Pork ........>, 

TrvXU 
Figs, table, per lb." ......... 

Lemons, per dbieti i.. 

Oranges, Naval 

tiannuas %« 

AJiples. * lbs 

Asparagus, (local) 

Green Puaa, 2 Iba 

-Spinach, 4 lbs k..... 

Apples, per box'^......^ 

Orapa Fruit, <Cal.), .......... 

'Grape fruit (Florida) 

Strawberries, p^r box 

vegeraoir^. 

Onions. « lh» for ,.. 

Beets, per lb- 

Carrots, per lb. 

Onions (Australian) 3 lbs, .. 
Tomatoes (Florida), pur !b.. 
Artichokes, (Globo); eacb-... 
Artichokes. Jerusalctn. IW .... 

jlarsley, per but>ca ........... 

Celery, per* bupctv^ ,. ...vi^^. . 

Cucu-mbers . . . ;■ 

New I'otiilocs, 8 lbs, ..;...,, 

Cauliflower, each 

C^abbage. ni'W. p.-r lb 

Lettuce, a Jinad .v 

lb. ...........;... 




Phono 2456 



P.Oi Box 




TO BEBTT. 

Furnished l)'.iu*.e. .sl.x ronni.s, 
.!arT"i Hnv. 

FOS SAX.S. 

J-'iRht-room ■ hrnuHa with lars-^ 
Harden. .St, C;harles street. 

One hundred acres, Estiuimall dia- 
trlct, $20 per acre. 



Wante 



■ Great ' West Permanent 

Loan class A and B. stocit. 
Pacific Whaling, preferred. 



N. B. GRESLEY 

Stock Broker and Financial 

Agt. Member Victoria Stock 

Brokers' Association 

"" — Roortt' 16, Mahon Bloelc;;:;;;::^^^ 



/ 



Mining Stocks 

ASK 77S FOB FBICZS 
Bnj- or Sal* 



Portland Canal. 
Stewart Mining. 
Red CHIT. 
Glacier Creek, 
Portland Wonder, 
American Canadian Oil, 
Canadian Northwest Oil. 
'WAQHOBiT, a-w-Ysm <e CO., 
Tauooavar. 



Advertise in THE COLONIST 



♦>>»>»«««««•♦«•> 



SXEWABT 

Stewart is now a busy little city. The northern terminus of four 
lines of steamships. - The undoubted terminus ot—k\ — trajisxumUncntal 
railroad. The centre of a rich and rapidly developing KiininR 
trict with a steadily increasing population. Stewart 
splendid field for investment at present prices. 



lota 



ofCer a 



\ 

t 



STEWART LAND CO., LTD. \ 

Rooms 9, 10 and 11 Board of Trade t 



.080,30 
.UW-SO 

.;5w. 20 

.164)! 20 
.2n4;:,24 

,:&0,io 

.2u'0.>> 
.]t(j),35 
.16^.30 



— ^-A-^ SNAP != 

FIVE ACRES ON GORGE WATERFRONT 
Thispropcny was being held at $i,4(X), per acre. .\o\v 
ferecl for, a quick sale at 

$1100"PER ACRE— $1100 



of- 



N. B. MAYSMITH & Company, Ltd. 



Pliona, ir.no. 



Mahon nuUdlnC- 



-i 



U'isconslii Cent. . 

.Mmic^,' on call. 



■1.^ 



1 'i'^1*4 ppr cent. 



.10 



NOTICE 



MONTBEAr> STOCKS. 



Be Capt 



..\n p 



Edward Barkley. R. ST., 
ceased, 

r,son.'< having t.l'iiin.'t H«iHn,Rt 



Ds. 



the 



f Kiirnlsheo 

Strick— , 
Amal. Aabcst" 
■. - do .' pfd -r-r 



LIGHTED UP AFRESH, , £ 

ami .i nfw I'xutrnii.. jnij)ai tr*l in place (»: \^'hat had (sf . 
.w lately .«Tmeil worn-out, used up, anil valueless. ^ tiSinJ. 
l'lii<wnnflrrfTilm|.dii.ament i* suit^h)ciocall«|fri,-"JJ" i ' 
ronstit tit ions and r'r>'n(Ktinns,in either sex; aiulit i.i' q 
ditrii-ivlltO!ma(!inr»rasef)fdl',c^^ordVranKemei\t 2 
whose main f.-atures arr those of debility, that will 5 
riot be speedily and permanently overcome by this ^, 
reriiperutive esser-e,. which is destined to cast into .ti 
nlilivion ■-.■rrytliinc that hail prrfedril ^t for this — ( 
wide-^prradand nimierotisrUssnf hum.inailments, o 

THERAPIONr^J::'!::i1 

Ch'mi-.-.^ or ( .. ,, ! '"- 1.. I l-t. .Vfi-di. iiie J,;^^,, - 
Jlav»t«(oil( Koail, Hampstead. I.<iii'ron. Price ^ 
in Knel^nil, Ij'i. I'liri hasors, .sb^CTtd see that 
s on tirU'si 



Bell ,,Telephonc 
Can. ,G«n.». .Km 
RptTOtt^ .Ifnttod 
Dom. Coal and T 



pfd. 



54% 
105 



i-Hiate of Captain Hld-ward Barkloy, • I(. 

N .,de,cca8cd, late ofM,-VotithoInie. B, C. 

C-<x,\ ai-o required to send particulars, duly 

nVed. 'verified thereof to Messrs, Crease, & 

1 ! OTron.se, 521 Fort street.- Victoria, B. C, 

JH»n-.,0|j-.-.b«.forp/ the. 31st day of - AugusV 

14 3 - 1 S 1 0-. - 

-T).r%'f Dated til- .' 1 . '.v, ..r.i ',;.., a. n. -i»l^ 

54% (SlpPSar ■ • - ■■:: -■- -.. 

107 { aEOFFRKY BARNARPIRTON, 

r, 1 I i':xet!uttrr.-T- 



SUN 




F.W.STEVENSON & CO. 

STOCK & BOND BROKERS 

Members Cliicago Board of Trade 
Victoria Stockbrokers Assn 



14-16 Mah«n Bldf. 



1114 Government Stree 



ORDERS EXECUTED ON ALL EXCHANGES 

Dealers in Local Stocks. Municipal, Government, Railways 
Trust and All Other Debentures. 



Private Wires to Chicag-0, New York, Boston, Montreal 



DISSOLUTION OF 
* NERSHIP 



PART- 



ii 



1 HKKAMl 



sli,*GWi»rrr---** 



V .ipp'*ar , ^ , 

mrnt .Stamti (in white letters on a red jfroupdj '^ 

afTotr-l to evf.ry Bomiih-C packaRe, ' •- j^ 

Theritpion l« nnw also f>r,ti^inni)!o In .^ 

DRAOKC ' TASTELESS rORM. (0 



The oldest Insurance Office In the world 

FOUNDED A.D. 17 10 BI-CENTENAIT I9Io' 

^ „ Howe Office . London. England . 

Canadian Brauch, Sun BMlldlni. Toronto, H. M. Blackburn. Ma«ai«r« 

i'cmbcrton & bons, Victoria Agents. 



,TAK1C NOTICK that the partnership 
heretofore exlstlnR between Frederick 
Jeunc and I'Villio .leunc, tradlnsr as sail 
and lont makers under tlie firm name of 
K, Jene and Bri.»th»r, at No. 670 Jolinaon 
street;, ha.s been dl.o.«iolved by nfVMtlial 
crrns^^t'ns fron\ th». 3f)ih day of .I«-n«, 
1910. the said Philip Jeune retiring 
from the firm. 

All liabilllles of the firm" will be met 
liy F. .feitinp who is continuing; tlie bwai* 
lies* and all moneym, owing to th» t»tt# 
firm are to be paid to the a*id F;Ji#ne. 

Dated this Wth^ day of Jiltr/TrtlWr 

F. iwawk 



NOTICE 



In the T'l.'jtate of Thomas H. Towers^ 
lat(> of Victoria, British Columbia^ 
Deceased, Inioatnto. ^ 

All persons havlnis claims agalnit tif»» 
decfaaed iwe requested to Mnd puiMKJ- 
II lain thereof, duly verified to th« Vin^ 
d«rst«:ne4.^ OR. 4»!-~lMiiCoic» ttm-^3i0^ 4*v of 
Beptembflr, lllO, *<t»r wiU^date. tba... 
admlnlatr*ttfK*w»l provmA «n ^tt»tr»nit«i 
the aiwels of th« O^nmmi. timing tb*4 
persona ♦ntH««d tlJ*r*«» fclWttW ,*si»f«|: 
only to ih« cialmu ttl iwWh* «»»>• tjHUf|||| 
ha.« ■' notice. . _^ ' ' g, ,, .. g 

Dit«d-thV~2f«-aisrsr--3^yrnfii 

' OlilVgS It *owi 

«51 Helton ,Aar<l4. V»«tWl» 



16 



xnuuaunao aovbrtuino batb* 

Ob* MB' • word ctMsh InMrtlon: 10 P*r 
m»t. dt*o«wit f«r atx or inor« eon»»outlv« 
Inacrtlona — cMhf with order. No advertlM- 
ment kcc«pt«)l (or IcM than 16 c<nt«. 
buslneu and Vrufeialonal Card* — ot lour 
line* or und«r — |l.OU per week. 
No a4v*rtla«ment charged ou account for 
l«M than 12. «0 

Phono No 



^ 



VICTORIA D^Y COLONIST 



Thuraday, Auguat 4, 1919 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY 

.«MPl/OVMENT Bt'KBAU 



GKNERAL CONTKAC 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY 



ECVO 



AKCUITKCT8 



GRIFFITH. II. S.. ARCHITECT. 
Government St. Phone 14«»- 



1005 



HOOPER, THOM.AS. ARCHITECT — JN 
practice In U. C. tor twenty-flVB yeara. 
plana and vpeoincatlona turnlahcd t>n uppll- 
calion. Ofnce. 5 aUtcra Block. Phonu a27. 



MAr[,i:p.p A., AitCHlTKCT— 5 AND 
Five Blalera .Blocli. Tel: Kea, iJ-70*; 
Offlc«, 1167. 



Wat 



ELWOOD ■A'ATKINS.. ARCUITKCT — 

^t Kooni 10 Flvf Bipttfi** Block. Vklorla. 

B. C. Taluphcnifa; Onice ;il!>«, .Kealdeuce 

1. - uag." ' . . •'. ' .;-. ., 

~ ART O:- ASS .,. 



SW. l.'HltJllOL.M ft. ro . MANUFACTl-Ii- 
• era of ItiadvJ art «!»»». Bee u» befbro 
ulaclnu your ui-dcv. TtcpulrlnK a aptdaity. 
I' hono 22«H, 803 For', atrcet. 

f! HOV, over TlilUTV YEAItJ^- 
• cxpfrleni't) 111 Art Olusa Uouard 

aiul privati- 
iHH Vutua St. 



THE JAPANEHE 
Co., Ltd.. IBl' 
181. All klnda of contrat-i'and labor aupply. 



W 



aNO ON, 1709 QOVT ST. PHOiiJfl SS- 



FURNnt'KK MOVING VANS 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY 



SrAVKNQINa 



E. 



"l^INBB — YAWD8 CLEANED. RB8I- 

denco 4»8 Cook St. Phone 1799;^ 



SCAVENaiNO CO.. OFFICE 
821) CJovernmenl atreet. Phono *t2. 
Ashea and rubblaU removed. 



VICTUKlA 
18 



USB BURT'S PAUUKD FL'KNITUKE AND 
piano n 
7^5 Pandgra 



<a.A8S AND «LAZINO 



W^ 



INQ ON. 1709 QOVT 8T. PHONB l»- 



7 



CONDENSED ADVERTISING 



ENSI 



WAirrKD— MAJLK 



WT^ANTKD— SIX BOyS AT W. .1. PEN 
VV dray * H<>na.. BeJtavllto at-r*"!*- 



B° 



Y WANTED — APPUV VICTORU 
Plumbing Co.. 714 Yatea atreet. 



IT^VKRV DKSCUim'lO.N' QF GLASS — 
U Plate. Bhuet. prlnnitttlc. ornainentaU 
Uaded. etc. Thu Mtilroao Co., Jt^td:. 618 Fort 
Btreut. , / ' : , 



HAKDWAKK 



I>HIOH. B. O. & CO.—IIAKDWARB AND 
agricultural Impli'iiicnta. Corner of 
Jotinson ami Govprrunrnt StS. ^^^ 

mUK, H1CKM»..V TYK ilAilUWARK. CO.- 



and B-l Xatua alri-Hi. 



VKifiiltt. B. 

^mt. 



c. 



llOTKl.tS AND KICSTAIJRAN.TS 



B 



oxpt-rlenrt) in Art 
Ughia for c'hur<.'h«», achoula 
(IwelMnKB. Works and atoru 
Phoae 684. 



ACT«MIOIUI.E8_ 

MOTOR 



WESTERN MOTOR & SUPPLY .S^QMj.. 
pany. H. P. Clark. ManaBor. Hole 
a«enta for Bulcka, Franklins. Humb'-re, 
Clrjnont Talbota and RoM-ra. .Slorafff, «ui>- 

fillea, tlrea all aUua and makes. Hulk ttaao- 
Ine and oil. Repalra, complete vulcuivUlnar 
filant. Hl«h claaa Uvery. Toluphouo GKi>. or 
£ line busy 2007. , 

'~~~~ BAGGAGK DEIJV EUY 



ANNKIIMAN &"UOUN lIOTKL, .^jlCW 
bulliUnB, cornel- Broad and Johnson 
street, Victoria. Modern offices and fur- 
iiJalied rooina. • _^ ' .- ■ 

/"aALIFORNIA^IKjTeL, .,10 JOHNSON STi 
KJ newly :^.IUl'-<l up from boiloni to top. 
liood acciininii'cl.uldn, oporilns Kfl^ll>-iy, corii- 
prtalim lUe-»lif.)cl' pliotus of all the noted 
aporlB and athlete^ up to thu present ilfty 
Dar alwayu supplied wltb beat goods. Tlioa 
L. McMaiiua, proprietor. ■ 

fSw in)rK;L BTTcis'SWiCK. nicest lo- 



~~~"STOBAUE ANP WABEHOU8INO 

S BYRN. 1302-4 WHARF ST.. JFOOT 

of Yatea: ctrAimlaalon, atora««. 
Uoualag. manufacturer'a agent _ an« 
No. 10. Phono »»-*■ P- O. Bo» 408. 

can 



ware* 

Bond 

mat 



STORAGE AND WAUEHOUSINO— 1».000 

leet of Uoor apacn. Apply W. W. Dun- 

635 Yatea. P. O. Box ITJ. City. 



V 



TEAS AND COFI'KBS- 



l)l6.NE10U '•■.jFFKE & SPICE MILLS. 
X Ltd.. IViubroko street. Victoria. Tele- 
phone 697. 



TIMBER. LANDS. KTC. 



J,. BRO\VNRU«l. TIMBER 
■:J- landii. mining. orriCB Impfrlal holel. 
P.O. Box 663. .. , . 



/ 1APT. C. 



\»TANTED — FOyiiTH CLAiiS ENGINKKH. 
\y night work. Apply Box 86, , <:olonUi. 



w 



TANTED-FIRST CLASS BARBER 
none but tlrat claaa need apply. " Em 
preaa hotel Uarher shop. ' 

WANTED — ONE l;KMABLB MAN. IN 
every town to take ordera for beat 
cuatom made clothe* In Canada. lllgheai 
uotnmlaalon. Rex Tailoring Co.. Ltd.. Toron- 
to. Ont. . 

ANTUSD^CAPABLE SAIsESMAN TO 

coter Brltlah tJolumbla with alaple 

line. High coinnilaalotia. with tlOO monthly 

advance. Permanent poBltlon to right man. 

Jeaa. U. Smlili i 'o , Wlndaor Ont. 



CONDENSED ADVERTISING 



TO RKNT 



rpo TIENT FOR ( 

-L all culirvato 



ONE YEAR. FIVE ACRES 



d and an 8-room h»uao 
1 the Wllke,r»or 
Urubb, 1212 Broad etruet. 



and ,outbuildlnga ipn the Wllke,r»on TM*'^ 
Apply R 



rpo 



KENT— A FRUIT RANt:H FIVE 
jnJlea from city; up-to-date, modern 
houae, barn, ohlckc-nhouai: and other bullrt- 
Inga, 2U airea with fruit of every ^eacrlp- 
tlon. Apply Box 46, rolonlat. 



rpo l.KT -2500 FEET 
A ground floor, c« 
ply P.O. Hi.x 081. 



;t of 

hlrul; 



FLOOR SPACE 
y aituated. Ap- 



CONDENSED ADVERTISING 

WAMTCO— TO BKNT. 

TANTBD TO RENT— LARGE ROOMING 



VV 



(i^rniahed or unfurnlahed, Room 
Yat4-a at reel. 



2. 715 



ANTED--TO RENT FOR TWO WBBKH 
a furnlahed tent in good locality on 
or near aea beach. Apply P.O. 
Victoria. 



W^ 



WITH 



HKL1> WANTBO— FKMAUS 



LIST YOKH BOARD AND ROOMS WITH 
UB. .Warburton A Co., 1.005 Governnienl 
atreet. * 



rpo RENT OR FOB . B,\.LB~N1CB) FIVE 
-L roorned collage, bath and electric light. 
CMio iii«iiutu from car. Lot 50x120. 13S 
Adelaide street. Apply Owner, P.O. Box 

843 ' ■ 8 ■ 



rpo LET— ROOMS AND OFFICE APPLY 
-I- to 710 Fort Btrcet, nenr Douglaa St. 



WNDKJiTAKIXO" AND JS-MBALMINO 



ai> call 



cation In Vletorla, nicely furnished 
rooms at moderate prices. 



H 



ASTY DELIVERY SERVICE. PHONB 



neaaengera promptly 
ant ■"•"■■(, 



KUpplled. 610 Cormor- 



LTD.. TEL- 



VICTORIA TRANSFER CO., 
ephone 129.. 

DI.LK PKINTINO AND MAPS 



ONJS PIECE. 



13RIXT9. ANY LE.NGTII IN 
alx cents per tool. 11m' 

Prlnta and 'Hap 



mapa. Electric Blue 
1218 Langley St. 



BOATS .4NI) KNGINES 



VICTOHLA. BOAT & ENGINE CO., LTD— • 
Boats and lauiu-lie,* built; eatUnatea. 
repalra. desigiiB. Shop. 4 24 David siicit. 
W. D. Buck, manager. Phone 205. 



BOOKBINOKUS 



COLONIST ^A8- , THE BEST 



THB COL ONIST 
equlped hbokblnd 



equlped DooKUindery 'In the pfovlnceT 
toe result Is equal in proportion. 



BOOT AND SHOE HBP.\IKt N«t 

fpVli ONL^-^SUOE MACHINES THAT 
J. have pruven Butlafactory Is the Ch;«m- 
plon. Made expressly for shoo repairing. 
Try them. Hlbba. S Oriental AlK-y. oppo- 
(itu Paniagea 

BOTTLES , 



Weekly 
All cara pass hotel. Two entrances. 
Y'atcs and Douglaa. Phono 317. 



tales. 
corner 



rpiIE COaiMEHClAL HOTEL. CORN'KR^ 
-I Douglae tinrt Cormorant Bta..^ QpuosJt? 
City Hail. Uenova'-d throughout. Rooms 
aevond to none ' In city, liar replete with 
the best. European plan onUv Pool looiu 
In connection. .1. Lucaa. Prop. Phono 1702. 



M 



ONEi" PROPERLY INVESTED LEADS 



talned by purchasing I he best 25g meal In 
the city at The Strand Cafe. 



R 



A>v'IER HOTEL AND -'CAFE^ALi:^ TTN- 



mot-e -when yoU" can" gsr-The — bi-st for leBa. 
Meals 20c; rooms 2oc and up. Bar repUte 



Be FUNKUAL FURNISHING CO.. lOlfl 
. OoVt St. Tel. 2235, 2230 .2237, 2238, 
Prompt attention. Chaa. Huyw;^»ril. 
A. Hayward.'Soc. ; F. Caaelton, Mgjv 

"j~IAn"na, i-NDETtTAICEK PAH- 

■ lors !I20 Yates St. (Iraduute V.. H- 

Collegn of Embalming. Coniraiior to H. .M. 

Navy. Ofnce phone 4»8. Res. phoiui Oil. al 

~~ f IMIOI.STKKINO AND DECOHAIINO 



22311. 

I'rcs. 

w. 



1) 



UIVKH WANTED FOR ./UMhXSr.mM-X.. 
i-art. B. C. Market- Co., Ltd.' 



''ANTED— A LADY 
Uninler reslaurani, 

Bln-et. 



WAlTIflOSS IN 

500 '. Johnson 



w 



,'AN'TKlJ — lil<;Nl<>RAL MAID. THREE. IN 



j,'i)Oil cook. 1010 Linden/ avenue. 



OTU.es & ' SHARP, CONTRAt^TORS FOR 
io upholstering, renioviiig and packing, 
(-an.ot9-,rleaniil, etc.. turulLure. repaired and 

pullahed.^80^.. J''ort St. I'hohii'TrTll. 

"vviioi7KiAi.E drFgoous 



T 



UUNERBEETON CO., LTD.. WHOLE- 



turers men^B funilshliigs. tenia "iUg Horn' 
brand, shirts, overalls. .M all oiJ-ms aCtand^Mt— 

WHOLESALE WINES A>U UQ fQH.S 

rnlRNERrBEETON^COL, I,.TD.. WHARF 
X 'St.. Victoria— -Wholesale only, all the 
leading braiMls of liquors; direct Iraportera 
Write for hsts and prices. 



WOOD AND rVKtf 




\\ 'ANTED — A CKRTIFIEU NURSE, 
1> ary .130 month; to start duties 



w 



TO LKT— HOUSES 



TO RENT->SMALL 
iHKe witli acre of 



FT'ItNTBHEf) COT- 

Ke wan acre of land, »,t ilii' beach, 

$15 per month to permanent tenant; phone 
112. 



SAL-- 
Sep- 
tember 1; refereiu-es required. Apply to F. 
J. Dalhy, serritiiry I'nion & Comox Dl»trli?r 
hospital, t'umberlund. 

TANTEt)— W omaS ¥o ""CXRT!- ""Fcnr 

baby and^Uo Tight , housework; would 
like her to go to Kamloops for winter. 
Vjiply 028 Andrew street, corner. Jamea, 
evenlnga; Victoria Weal. 



rpo LEASIS FGIR LENGTH OK.-TiMii;, .^ 
-A- furnlahed alx-room cotlaKc, all modv-rri 
eiinvll:nl(-nces, near beach and car line. 
-Vl'P'y 31 South Turner street, .James Bay. 



W^ANTBD TO RENT, COTTAGE 
»V, little land. suitable for keeping 
i-lilckena, etc. A|^y Box 43. l.'olonlat. 



WANTKl>— HOO.H AND BOARU 



\\'.\.lrED- 

1V "prU-ate 

will 

li-rr 



wllhln 
li-rniK, 



-ROO.M A.ND BOARD IN J> 
fanilly, for lady oui all day, 
ten minutes of postotflce; statu 
lif.. Colonial. 



CONDENSED ADVERTlSfNG 



rBOrSBTV FOR SAUt— (OmU.) 



R200 



DOT, I % blocka from carf 

cleared, ouUlvated; ovorlooka city: 

)25 caah and )10 monthly. We will driva 

you out At 14 *...,mi. Ir ft or J P. .n*. . P«m' 

barton A Son, »U Fort gtrcet. . 

Tj^OR 8ALB— small ACRBAQB OVER- 
Box 715 _ _ _ 

,.<,.« r, A aplendld location for flahlng and shooting 
box. Eaay terma; For price and partlcu- 
l ara. P.O. Box Tit. 

I;^OR SALiE, ON QU'BEN'S AVENVE— Do' 
«0xl20. one block from Douglaa atreei, 
price $1,(00; itOO ca*h, balance one year. 
Apply Box »», U'olonlgt. 

I~^Vm~BALE— $200 DOWN, BALANCE $««0 
■ at 110 month buy a choice level lot 
near May ^nd Moaa atreet, Fatrfleld. Room i. 
715 Yatea atreet. 



rANTED— ROO.\l AND BOARD BY 
1 two children. ...near water- 
front preferred. Apply Box 77, Colonist, 
stating lerniB, etc. , 

Ed"-UUOM,..AND BQAIW. ^' 
ng laUy. cenjj^al and moderate. 
-Iteply Bta.tlng terms. Box- 88, Colonial. - 



llTANTEl 
* V- . youii 



»V ANTED— MiSCElLAXEOCS 



w 

uLal, 



rANTED TO f'um."HASE, STOVE, STATE 



Adelnid'-, l-:Biiuliiia;i, 
II a.fn. and 1 p.m. 



GOVERNESS 

atsoni^ Mount 

between the hours of 



W'ANTED — A NURSERY 
'' Apply Mrs J. R. H. Matson^. Mount 



\ »''.\NTKI>— PLAl.N' Ui 

>V of two, housemaid kept, good salary. 
Apply P.O. Box 1014. 



w 



\\NTED— GENERAL SERVANT-AT THE 



lo the matron between 2 and -ft_or 6 and 8 
p m. 



unexcelled; bar best g 
'Wrighl_j&_.£aiLUinsj-..„_rhone 1105 



HOTEL VICTORIA— UNDER NEW MAN- 
ageiuent. Most central In city. Bus 
meets all steamers and tralna. Graham St 
Grant, proprtetora. Phone 480. 



646-C48 YATE5 ST. 
Ifirira and airy rooms; 
bar aupplled with beat goods. Ted McAvoy, 
proprietor. Phona 1633. 



S!^ 



LSON HOTEL, 
Rlirnpenn plan; 



THE WILLOWS— THOROUGHLY RENO- 
vated throughoot. and equipped In the 
most modern and up-to-date stylo, and aup- 
plled with beat goodH. Alex. LIpaky, prop. 



A 



LL KINDS OF BOTT1.KS WANTI3I 



Good prlcea paid. 
Agency, 1620 Store atreet. 



Victoria .Junk 
Phone ;33«. 



BUILDERS AND CONTKACTOHS 



B. 



I.tRANK 
? builder. I'lans and spccillcallona 



iTu.M K — CONTRACTOR AND 

pre- 
pared for approval. Eallmatee furnished 
on any class of structure. Offices COkf. Rol- 
and ,Ave.. and Oxford St., P. O- Bo< I-""; ' 

L~ UNEY BROsTThUILDERS AND CON- 
.traciora. arc prepared to give prices ori 
ell bu-llding and jobbing -.work. . Phouo f78. 
We attend to your order. ' 

'ESTHOLME, LUMBER CO.. LTD.-r- 
General Conttaclora and ■ BulWera, 
Office 70i Broughton, I'hone. 1J06. 



NV" 



\\TILLIAM F. DRYSDALE. 
> \ and bull 



t^ONTRACTOR 
llder la prfpare«I--ti»-glve prices 
nri all bi'llrilng. and Job work. Realdeni-ea a 
apeclalty. Office 1083 North Park St..' Tele- 
phone irinp:. . ; ■ ' 



CHIROPODY. 



MRS. CAMPBELL. CHIROPODIST 006 
Fort srtreel.. 



Civil, ENGINEERS AND SURVTCYOKS 



A. 

s( :-'-•■' 



■ NOAKB.'^, B. C. LA.ND SURVKYOH 
, • E., Room 8. Lee Building, Broad 
Telephone 377. P. O. Box 5 4 2. 



G. ALDOUS. C.E. — All klnda of civil 
engineering and surveying undertaken. 

HallroBil location and conalruction a ape- 

clalty. 1107 Langley atreet. 



F. 



GORE & MCGREGOR— J. HERRICK Mc- 
Gregor, Mgr. Land Surveyor and 
civil engineers. Chancery Chambers, P. O. 
Box 152 Tel. A60-I. Fort George office. J. 
V. Templeton. Mgr. 



(OBERTSON, A. L— BRITISH . COLUM- 
bia Land Surveyor. 522 Fort atreet, 
Victoria, B. C. Telephone L-1547. P. O. Box 
TSI. 

CARPENTERS, JOINEBS. JOBBERS ,_ 

AND JOBBI^Id 
All klnda of 

ilteratloiis. Jobbing work, 1003 Vancouver 
and Yatus slrui--l, offlce phono B2011. Rea 



R^ 



CAPITAl 
facto 



.IBWEI.LER8, 


WATCH.MAKERS 


, ETC. 


A PETCH. 

Jj\.t specialty 


1407 DOUGLAS 
of English watch 


STREET 
repairing. 


. JUNK 



V'TJANTED — SCRAP BRASS. COPPER, 
If stljic. lead, caat Iron, sacks, bottles, 
rubber; highest prlnoa paid. Victoria Junk 
Agency, 16Z0 Store street. Phnne. 13S6. 



LANDSCiVPE O.'VRDENER 



JAMES SIMPSON, 951 JOHNSON ST. 
phohc K1160, Expert o-i all garden 
and orchard details, treea Improved, scale 
removed, greenfly annihilated without In- 
jury lo flower, fruit or foliage. Gardens 
kept, contracts taken, roses, a specialty. 



LANDSCAPE GARDE.VER — P R U N I NO 
grafting and all kinds of garden work 
skilfully done by day or contract. D. Mc- 
mlllan. Room 7. 840 Johnson St. Late gar- 
dener to the Marqula of BreadalbSuie. -Tay- 
mouth Caatle, Perth.-Scotland. 



f^HEAP FUEL- 



HEAPING DOU- 



/^I 

\J ble load of short cut mill wood, de- 
llvertd to any— part of city at IS.OO- COD. 
by Cameron Lumber Co.. Ltd. Phone 864. 



HOTEL DIRECTORY 



V.\NCOUVEU 



A^ 



LHA.MBRA HOTEL— .MRS. 6. THOMP- 
son & Sons, proprietors; R. D Thump- 
son, manager. Corner Carroll and Water 
atrecta. Vancouver, B. C. Vancouver's Ilrst 
hotel. Situated'' In the heart ot the cliy. 
Moderoly equipped throughout .Midday 

lunch a specialty. European piao Famed 
for- good whiskcft'. 



BLACKBURN HOTEL— A. E. BLACK- 
burn. proprl.etor. This well-known and 
popular hotel entirely rebuilt and refurnish- 
ed is now open to Its patrons. Steam heat, 
fine commodious rooms, first-class dining- 
room, best attention to comfort of guests. 
American plan Jl.uO lo J2.0U per day. Euro- 
pean plan, VOc ttpwards. 318 Westmlnstur 
avenue. . 



C~<OM.MERCIAL HOTEL— COR.VEIl IIA.-^T- 
> lng» and Cntnble streets. II- ad.iu.iriers 
fur mining and commercial men. Kales |',e 
and' upwards. Atkins. Juhnuuu &. btewaii. 
proprietors. 



THIRTY MORE SEWING MACHINE OP- 
ertttora wanted', eleclffc" po*er hl'd- 
chlnes. elghi hour day, union wages. Be- 
ginners taught Apply Turner Beetun & Co., 
factory corner of Bastion and Wharf atrvels 
Victoria. 



rpo LET'--=FUHNitiHEi) COTTAGE, i:j,USt 
-I. In. four rooiuH and batli, jas month; 
can give leiise. BrltiHii .\inerlcun TrUst i 'o , 
Hd, Broad and VU-w strei-ls. 



T>HOSPKCTORS— i'AHTNEK WANTED Tt 
4- Joln-me'lii trip lo Alustta on equal 
fooling. Apply Box 104, Colonist. 



A \j:\. NTE U— .MOTt. 
,' V clianlcal reps 



HEPATR? 



:;_ME- 
condl- 



HOUSE TO. -...iLEii±r^=j!jJiW.__ ^AlODERN 
8 -room house, good basement, hot-air 
furnace; large grounds and slable; very 
near car line, $30 i>er month, or would lease 
for one year. Apply 1728 D<;nma-n street, 
near Jubilee hospital. 



ii^OR RENT — HO^USE, SIX ROO.VLS, FAIR- 
Iteld road, near Edmonton, 125 month. 



Room 



715 Y'ates streol. 



n\0 LET— FURNISHED COTTAGE AT 
-L Cordova Bay. Apply 917 Green strtjet. 



rpo LET— SEVEN-ROOM HOUSE, JB.'^SIF 
-=-!:- '=-Bfreet;-\*lct0Tla-,VVe»t7—A-pTrty- 7S2 Front 
street. 



TO RENT — THE 10-RDOM -HOUSE FUR 
nlahed. Jlt lilS5 Fopt atreet. for alx 
TOopUie pi . oUB year from September *1bI. 
Phone 2480; no amall children. 



\\TA.NTBD — DRESS-VtAKING APPRENTI- 

'V ceft, ,APPlJf ^Mr8. Angua,. ?rd flpQr. 

Spencr r'l 



W^-ANTED— DRESSMAKING APPRENTI- 
>T cea. Apply Mlas McMillan, 8rd floor 
Hp^-Iieer's 



116 



'ANTED — .MAID FOR GENERAL WtDRK 
at once. Plain cooking, amall family. 
Rockland avenue. 

SITU ATION.S WANTEl>~M.U.i6 



rjAINTER WANTS WORK. -PAIN JIMO 
i- paperhanglng. Kalaominlng. etc 
l-'l»guard si reel.- 



rnr 



,t .NCi LISH M A N. W ELL EDUCATED, DE- 
airiia poalllon at once; married; excel- 
lent H. C. refereniea; take anytlilng. 37 
Colonist. - , ' 



E' 



SITUATIONS WANTBD^rEMAI,B 



L 



h'OHUl'lON TO UNDER 

i-nt/of 



,VDY DE.SIRES POH 

lake rnanagement>^of apartn>«nt houte 
or as houa. keeper l'<>^gentlemen. Hlghcat 
refervncea. Apply Box 



t;o1onlat. 



\\TA.NTED. 
> V kind. 



UATSRY AND TRANSTTKB 



V^^ 



RIA T RANSFER CO., LTD., TEL. 
:«J Bear-«ervlce In the- city. 



UTIIOO RAPH1>0 



LITHOGRAPH INO. ENGRAVING AND 
Embosalng-^Nothlng too Jarg« and 
nothing too amall; your, atatlonery la your 
advance agent; our work is unequalled west 
of Toron.l<»i - Th« -CoIo64»»- Printing and 
Publishing Co.. Ltd. 



LOCKSMITHS AND M.'VnriNI.STS 



HAFER. L. — GENKRAL MACHINIST, 
new parta of all kinds made In brass, 
copper and ateel, or .any sort of metal. Ma- 
chine ahop, 159 Government St. Phone 930. 



HOTEL DOMINION— WHEN YOU AR- 
rive at Vancouver take largo auto bua 
which will take you to this hotel free. Our 
service ia the best obtainable at the price. 
American plan. $1.50 lo $2.0,0 per day. Auto 
makeii one trip dally around Stanley Park. 
F. Haynes. proprietor. ■* . 



PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY 



DENTISTS 



DR. LEWIS HALL. DE-NTAL SUI^EON. 
Jewell block, cortiei; Tataa ar^l Doug- 

plionea— 



laa atreeta. . Victoria, B. -=€f- 
Office. £57: Ri-aldence, l»f. 

Ri H. J. HENDERa6.N'. -l>^WtSTtr*r»B- 



B 



. I.I.HBKB MANt'F/\ CTIRKR8 

I>R0MPT delivery— ORDERS PLACED 
With Cameroh ■ Lumber Co.. Ltd., for 
lumber, mouldings, doors, ahltiglea and lath. 
Phobe 8S4. Office .356 -Garbally Rd. 



TAL CARPENTER 
ry. Alfred Jo'nei 



CARRIAGE AND 'tVAGON DEALERS 



TABLE. . WM. — I.MPORTER OF MAC- 
Lat-hlan buggies. traps; cannot be 
beaten tor durability. Warehouae- 7-l?-John- 
»on St. Phone 1326. ' .-......-: .""''^'■^ 



CHI.MNEY CLEANING 



VICTORIA CHIMNEY CLEANINQ CO., 
defective flues, altered and gratea re- 



backed. Phone L1744. 



CLOTHES CLEANING 



C'* ENTS' C 
X repaired 



CLOTHES CLEANED, DYED. 
>-d and pressed; umbrellaa and 
paraS'ds made, r'-palred and re-'Coverod. 
Guy W. Walker. Tufi Jr.hnaon SU, Jtut east 

of Douglas. Phone L-1287. 



aiASBAGB 



rS. 
I 

Phone B-19C6. 



MRS. KAB5MAN. ELECTRIC . LIOHT 
baths; taedical'-maasagu. l.OOS Fort St. 



OimCI-JUfS AND OI-rOMKTRISTB 

LYTIL A P.. • €46 FORT^OVER A 

quarter of a century's experience, and 

modern {"qulpment at your aervlce. Free 

examination. Lenses ground on premises. 

Phond 2259. 



PAINIERS AND PAPERHANGEBS 



■B^ftA-KKr-—*fBLLOR— PAINTING CON- 
AL—. traator. 1126 'View street. Phone. IBBJ. 



All I Irllng. Cornell Broad' and Johoson 
Sta ' Phone 22S0. Office hours: 9.30 a. m. 
to t p. m. Evenlnga by appointment. 

F. FRASEK. 1). M. D— OFFICE 783 
Yatea St, Gareache block. Oflloe 
hours: 9.80 a. m. to « p. m. 



-DAH'-V WORK OF ANY 
MrX C, 246 Superior 8tre(>t. 



Y 



'■OUNG. BN^JLISH LADY 



afternoon. "French and. Spanish. 
Colonial. 



DEf IRES. PO 
-ntng p 
Box 54: 



rpo, LET— FOUR ROO.MEP COTTAt^B, 420 
X Hurnslde road, garden and fruit trees. 
Rent $lt> a. month. Apply 617 Alpha atreet 
nenr car line. 

ttoish; to rent— i7ia denman st. 

d- 10 rooms witli all modern Con'venlenc- 
ea, laige garden with flowera and vege- 
tablea, twenty-four- fruit trees, thirty dollara 
per month or would leaae for one year. Ap- 
ply Vicluritt " hotel. . 



.MOTOR 

airs, all aorls and 
lions of repalra; pans turned fu brass or 

jLUuil Ji Dan-dridge. Jfcnerel engineer, 

Blanchttrd street, near Y. M. C. A. _ 



\\ 



MEET 



TOl'LU LIKE TO 

wishing to purrhaae land near G 



PARTIES 

T. 



H 



OUSE AND LARGE STABLE, $2,100, ON 



enough lor six or eight horses; large lofl; 
good streets; three blocka from, car; nice, 
clean, well Itglrted, little houae. water, etc. 
t^hicken «oopa and runa, 65-foot atreet front- 
age. I'etnberlon, & Son, 614 rort atreet. 



BEAD THIS— FOR BALE OFF THB 
Burnaide road, cloae to Portage inlet 
and propoaed line, 17 aCrea at $100, a aiiap. 
IJolmoa. Burnaide greenhoueea, StraT\-berry 
Vale, P.O. 



P. Railway, 34 Colonial. 



VA/OMAN ,\ 
V V roomln 
Apply Box 49 
changed. 



WA.NTS CHARGE OF ,SMALL 
g house 



will 
Colonist. 



go, out of city. 
References ex- 



Three .MO.VTHS' LOA.N -OF 
business purposes; ample se- 
curity and references. Apply Box 21. Colo- 
nist. 



\A WANTED— 
> V $400 tor 



ISH TO DISPOSE OF -Y^t^R 
logy books, drop me a card 
and 1 will coll on you. 1 will be In Vic- 
toria once a month. Edwin .1. Galloway, 
new and old book store, 782 Grafnvllle St., 
Vancouver. ■ 

/ANTED— EXCAVATING, WELL DIO- 
glng and concrete work. R. Alexan- 
der, 2540 Third street. 



IF YOU WISH 
" law or theol 



W," 



rpo RENT— FURNISHED NIN 
1 inodurn bungalow with 2 



NK ROO.MEI; 
galoW with 26 acres of 
land, barns, outhouses, etc., also use of cow 
for six montba commencing In September at 
$20 per month. The B. tV I^nd and In- 
veatment Agency, l,td. 



jaaUL_LI5T— FURNISHED COTTAGE. 1122 
-L Vancouver alreet. Enquire , at 1120 
Vancouver, street. 



TO LET— FURNISHED ROOMS. 



tO.KlFOUTABI.Y FUR.SISHED ROOMS, 
modern home, moderate; phone R1641; 
ti-riiiB; board upilonai. -_130a. Stanley ave.' 

rpo I.ET,-^ FIRNISHED ROOM. MODEKN 
■i- new house, breakfast -if desired- 821 
Michigan street, phoivi: Ua37?. 

lENf — NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS 
-ivith or without breakfast 803 t^heatei 



C' 



mo 



BALIGAGE PIIUMPTLY HANDLED AT 
current rates by the Victoria Transfer 
Co.. I'hono 129. Office open night and day. 

ANTi:D— TO PURCHASE. OLD MA- 

liogur.y furniture, clocks, grandfather 
clocks, coins, stamps, etc. A. A. Aaronsou, 
85 Johoson street. 



SMALL FARM— SOUTH 8AANICH, IVk 
miles from Victoria on main road, tt 
acres, pretty six roomed bungalow, recently 
painted Inside <nd out. spring water on 
house, barns, stables, five chicken houses, 
too fruit trees, l.OtO strawberries, kitchen, 
garden, all amall fruits, about six acr4s In 
oats and peas and seeded down to clover 
and graas. 80 chlckena, ducks, thre* tncii- 
batora, brooderB, good family cow and • 
quantity of farm Implamenta. A genuine 
going concern. $2,000 takea immedlata pos- 
session. Price $7,000, lft,yt».ra to pay tba 
balance. Apply J. K. Colon lat offloa. 

KBAJL KSTATB 



ROYAL REALTY 



Rea: 



Eniat.-. InsurBor.e and Fine 
Conveyancer and .Sola 
815 Fort Street Victoria, 




W^ 



\\;aNTED— SCRAP BRASS. COPPER, 
»V xinc, lead, cast Iron, sacks and all 
kinds of bc'tlt-s and rubber; highest caah 
prices paid. Victoria Junk Agency. 1626 
Store street. I'liona 1.33 6 



ANTIQUE JEWELEIIY, DIA.MONDS. EN- 
gr%),lngs and pictures bouglit and sold. 
Mrs. A, A. Aaronson, 86 Johnson street. 

MISCELLANEOUS. 



TEACHERS WANTED. 



VVANTED— - L-ADY TEACHER t'OR 

yV Metchoain jjubllc school, Canadian 
prsferred. J. Foster, aworeiary. : _^^ 



TEACHER WANTED -- APiLlLrATHlN." 



rpo let—nic'e furnished bed 

-L. rooma, 925 Johnson. 

OO.MS . FOR LADY. FURNISHED OR 
unfurnished. In private home. Apply 
at. once, 1215. Cook atro<'t, In morning. 

CE.NTRAL. FINE. LAUCtB. .VBWLY FIR- 
ni8he<l front ror.-w. single or .double ; 
elcclrls llgUl, ,ll»tb . Hp^ telepliqne. , Prlcea 
very i^aaonabfe, 720 Fiaguard street, neor 

Douglaa. • , ■ 



rpo LET— NICE e'UNNY HOOMS. RE AS 
JL onabin ratea. Hotel Canada. 1318 Broad 



Phone. 1.391. 



.\ugQsl for the position of .first assl-stant of street 

the Ladysmlth publk- schools; salary HOO i ——-——-— — - .„„„ ,.,... vf^ot. > e., t.~ ^er. 
will be received until the l»th of rno LET— LARGE CO.VIFORTABLK BED 



iTA.Ml'lNG. FOR KANCf WORK. ON 
your own mate> lai. Orders takon al 
y. 8. Tiirner, 817 Fort atro-t. ' 



S''' 



$3,200 

»S00; 
S;i600 



FIVE ROOMS. SUTLEJ 



-NEW 

street. 

-NEW, SIX ROOMS, 
gasi sireet. 



PENDER 



-NEW, EIGHT 
mond road. 



ROOM.S. RICH- 



qP'Jj'J'-'" Chester ro 



FI V E 
ad. 



ROOMS. .MAN- 



$4,200 



—NEW. SEVEN nOO.MS, 
Chester road. 



MAN- 



i*) 



Pi— NEW. FOUR ROO.MS. KING'S 
road. 



$:5,650 



—NEW, 
mail. 



FIVE ROOMS, ESQUl- 
wlth one-third acre. 



'^jm,^\f\f dl-tt 



.NEW, FIVE 
o avenue. 



ROOMS. BUR- 



»iP.ij, irfOU 



r^^— NEW, FOCR ROOMS. JAMES 



Y\7ANTED— THREE MONTHS' LOAN OF 
yV $400 for business purposes; ample se- 
curity and references; will ya>»S2 per cent 
per month. Apply Box 21. Colonist'. 



D 



RESSMAKING, 



ri -111 1! 



■KEBT. 



rjIANOFORTE LEStSONS, 883 COBURQ. 



\ 



lOLIN. FLUTE AND HARP— MR. DAN 
Green (Late Bergt. Soloist, and teach- 
er. Royal Artillery String Band) and Lon- 
don concerts, etc.- Desires pupils. 1065 
Richmond avenue. 



A 



LL THESI-: PROPERTIES CAN" BE 
handled with a small cash payment. 



MRS. H. B. BAKER. TEACHER OF ELO- 
rutlon and expreaaion, 1202 Vancouver 



street 



tPEClALIST-^I" AM/A SPECIALIST AT 



flee 



perien'-i . rtc. 'N.- 



Morriaon, r 



\\\ 



DETECTIVES 



W 'A N-rED— TEACHER FOR .^ : ■'!- 

.1.1- saaUlft-ei -"a'ellJngton publl.; school. 

Salary $70 per month Dufiea to commence 
after giimlner vacation. Apply giving rnf- 
i-rejicea to the aecrctary board of truateea. 
Wellihgtun . B.C. ^_ 

" 'ANtED— MALE TEACHER FOR HIGH 
Bchosil, New -Weatnjlnater, Appllca- 
tlons received till noon of . August 4tb. R. 
Lennle, Secretary. 



ittlng room, extra bedroom If required, 
usv- of kitchen, bath, electric light. qUIet. 
ptea«H-nt house on car line, Mrs. Walker, 
cilr limits. EsQuimalt road. Phone RI627. 



B. 



C. DETEKmVE SERVICE. VANCOU- 
vcr. Clyll, criminal and commercial 
InvesUg atlot jis _B. S. Baron. Superinten- 
dent Heaa~oTirce, Rooms 207 and 1^08. Crown 
building. Vancouver, . B. <J. Phono 4102. 
Bloodhound trailers kept, -» 

7i«-i<< DETECTIVE AGENCY, DOINO 
ral lino criminal and civil private 
- iU/lecll,VB w.drlu or w-ill find the wherr- 
Bfbouls-of any*' personi) whose Indentlly or 
addresses ' are unknown. 909 ^ Oovernraent 
alreet, phono 2171. 



T>A^<IFIC 
-C / gencr 



W^ 



7E.STERN DETECTIVE ASSOtMATION 
Room 8. Sylvester block. Vates St 
commer.cial and criminal lnve»tlgations. .ac- 
cnu.nts promptly collected, special audits, dci 
faulting, etc. All business strictly lonfldep.- 
tlttl. I'hone 2487. 



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rpEACHER WANTED — tMALE OR FE- 



rpE 



illstrlct. B. ■r... .-^np 
niivftaty, Toflna. B. 



ply to 



James Holmam 



W'ANTED — TBAcHER FOff- BUROOrj«S 
VV bay school. Salary $60 per month. Ap- 
ply G. B. Akcrmsh secretary.- ■ \ 



LOST AND FOUND 



ENRY RIVERS— PAINTER. GLAZIER, 
kalsomlner and pape^rhangor. 749 Mar- 
ket stret, Vtotorla. B. c :, : ,• s cboer- 
fully given on appllcatje: 

E a Itli." J. .-t- /PA1.~, IS, \.\:-.M,SHES 
brushes; spetHaUy of wallpaper,- the 
newest patterns.' Give mci a. calL Store 
1507 Douglas atreet. Phono R-1084. 

rpHE MELROSE CO.. -LTD.. «I8 FORT ST. 
JL un( 



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dcrtako every branch of the pajnttng 

and decorating bualness and guarantee aat- 

"^AH ^CHOfHO— LADIES- AND' GENTS' I'tactlon. _^^ 



dry cleaning, pressing and rljpalring 
on short notice. 1T25 Government street. 
Vlolorln. B.C. 

COAL AND WOOD. 

" JRT, GEO. — DEALER IN ALL KINDS 
od and coal. Delivered to any 
part of city, at current rates. ^ Phone !SJ%r 
yards. 7 36 Pandora. ^y/ 



BUR1 
of 



E. GRICB TO GET YOUR FALL 
• lot bc- 
In Cords 



CI O TO J 
V orders. Wood piled In yard or lot be 
tore tax tfim Measure guaranteed 
or over. Tel. 149. 



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TALL & WALKBIt---WELLINOTON COL- 
llerles Coal, Comox Antbraclto Coal, 
Blacksmith's and Nut Coal specially pre- 
pared. Tel. ti3; 1232 Government St. 

'/-INGHAM. J. & CO. "^ ofpiCB 1203 

BROAD St. Coal ihsllvered to any part 

of the city at current rstoa. JPhonn 847, 
Wharf, foot of Chatham St. 



PATENTS AND LEGAL 



ROWLAND BRITTAIN. REGISTERED 
Attorney. Patents v in ajl Countrlea 
Fairfield building, opposite P. O., Vancou- 
ver. ■ - , - - 

.^^.- ' ytCMBlNO AND GASIITTLSO 



LODGES AND SOCIETIES 

A 6. V. COURT NORTHERN LIGHT, 
• No. B936. meets at Foresters' Hall. 



Broad slreet,--!lnd and 4th Wednesdays. 
F. Fullerton, secretary. 



W. 



OF P.. No. 1. FAR WEST LODOBI. 
Friday, K. of V UaV, r-nr —Douglas 
and Pandora ^ireei^ .1 I. . i;:lih. K. of H. 
and 8. Box 544. 



K. 



SONS Of ENGLAND. B. a ALEXANDRA 
Lodge 118 meets lat and Srd Wednea- 
day. K. ot P. Hall, W. - Apvlubyj Foul? Bay, 
President; J. Crltchley, Secretary. Sidney, 
ft. C, 



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COLBEitT PI.UMBIN0 A HEATING CO., 
Ltd For first clasa workrlianshlp In 

the above line glvo us a t'.'lal. \remporary 



oHieB'755 Broughton SL, Phono 



.-^,«ftary L234 3. 



rOTTEBV WARE, ETC, 



tJEWER. PIPE. FIELD TILE. pROUND 
i5 Fire Clay, Flower Pota, etd B. C. 
Pottery Co.. Ltd.. Cor. Broad ■ and. Pandora 
Sta., VlctoriaTB. C. ' 



REAL ESTATE AGENTS 



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UTHBERT, HERBERT & CO.- 



1;>AINTEU. J. K. & BON'S — COAL, WOOD 
1 and hark of flnog-t quality at current 
rates Try our new and specially -prepared 
nut coals. Phono .63fl. Omo« 61X_ Cormoxr 
ant 8t: 

CREAMERIES AND DAIRIKR 



■•BAR- 

g.^lnB Victoria Real Kstate." Invcst- 
rannlB. timber and fruit lands,- CIS Fort 
I'hone 1610. Cnblo addrl's's, "Cuthbcrt." 



MARRIOTT & FELi;OWS— REAL - ES- 
"tatp. Iban'B,'"TIWB»'r;Tn'lnes .nnil rentals. 
Offices Vancouter^ >'<w- Wcsimlnsler and 
Victoria. 619 Trounce Avenue. Phono e*6. 



QNS OF ibNGLAND, PRIDE OF ISLAND 

Lodge. A., O. F. Hall; Broad street, 
2nd and 4th TucsdayB. President C. Pom- 
croy, Vlctorlo West. Secretary, W. Dawson. 
Head Street, EsqUlmalt, . 



L08T-^30LD WATi;H BRACELET WBAF 
Oak Bay Junction. $^ reward. Return 
Feneriy t>rocery. 0»k Bay . ... 

OST— DIAMOND AND SAPPHIRE SCARI 
pin; liberal reward. I-lox 8S3 t: :olonlst. 

BET.WEE.N 

Itreeta. 

black purse containing $15. finder pleaao 
return to R. Orubb, I2Ii Broad street and 
receive reward. 



XTEWLY FUR.N'I.SHEP, MODERN SVl^- 
jLN veator rooms, hot water, bath etc. cen- 
trally located. 50 cents -night; tW monthly 
up. 715 Vales atreet. Phono 2487. 

I [BURNISHED ROOMS TO LET. 414 MBN- 
zies street. Two minutes from C.P.H. 
wharf. 



J()8T=!=t37r FOR.T .STpEEl", 
-i Douglaa and Vancouver 



LOST — ON SATURDAY NIGHT BE 
tween Mcintosh's boalhnuse and Oak 
Bay. block Russia leather pockelbook. 
Kinder please re 'lur-n to -.j-'olonlst office. 

LOST — PARCEL OF LAUNDRY AD- 
dreased to Mrs. R. P. Butchart, ' on 
Haanlch road, betwsen Victoria , and Tod 
Inlet. Reward nt Board of Trade Bldg. 



BORROWED — FROM ORIGINAL PURCH 
aser, volumes 3 and I'l, tranBlatlon of 
Guy de .Mnupassani, Edition de Luxe, bound 
In blue, present owner wishes to comtilete 
»»t.^ -WllV'-iwslder- kindly notlfyuC&IoffUtTjBox 
988. • ' - 



B005I AND BOARD. 



T>Oi>.MS AND BOARD, TERMS MODER 
poiflle court house 



JTM'HNISHED ROOMS TO LET AT THE 
■ I'oplars one of the ihost beautifully 
situated r<ioming houses In Vletoria, on cor- 
ner of Bellvllle and Government streets, fac- 
ing Empress Iiotel arid Parliament Buildings. 
Fitted up with ail modern conveniences 
Only, one minute from either posloffic^. or 
C,P. R' Docks. Large and sunny rooms, beat 
of fare and- torma modoratv. Telephone No. 
6&t. Mlas L. J. 'Green, J'roprlelreBB. 

FURNISHED ROOMS— ALSO 

, housekeeping rooms to let. Electric 
light, bath, hot and cold.. 81S-817 Fort St. . 



YY-Ei^L- 



I' NTERNATIONAL EMPLOY-VENT AGBN' 
cy. Wm. Walne. manager, 79 Alexander 
street Vancouver. B.C.. Phone C4SG. If you 
need good reliable help you must get them 
from » rellobi«-mon whose reputation will 
bear strict investigation. ' 



BRITISH AMERICAN TRUST 



ro.MP.*Nv. L'rn. 

Comer Broad and View Streets. 



A 



riCTORI A WEST— fine; WATERFRONT; 
lot with wharf. Price $17,500. 



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r\ORT STREET —FULL 
producing, 'i\n 5 00. 



LOT, INCOME, 



KE-UPHOLSTERI.NO AND FURNITURE 
repairing, neatly done by. P. O. 
uTlyah, Address 1626 Amelia streotl 



REMOVAL NOTICE— B. C. HARDWARE 
Co.., Ltd.. have removed their farm Im- 
plements, fcuggies, wagons. etc.-; to 733 
Johnson street, east ofr^Douglas street. 



VICTORIA WI.VDOW CLEANING CO.. 
721 
week or month. 



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TUMP PULLERS AND ANY TOOLS RE- 



Pree trial. Prices and lernis apply The Du- 
Cfest Stump Puller and Tool manufacturers. 
466 Burnslde road. Victoria B. C. 



Ej^URNISHED: ROOMS. 812 GORDON ST.. 
near Empress hotel. J 



LIST YOUR BOARD ANp ROOMS WITH 
us. Warburton & Co., 1005 Government 
street. , 



THE^ORTLAND ROO.MS. 723 YATES ST. 
- Steam heat and hot and cold running 
water In each rdom. Rates moderate, xihonu 
2404. ■ , ■ , '' 

POULTRY AND LIVESTOCK 



LET US SHOW TOO OUR UP-TO-DATE 
method of lawn-mower grinding. H. 
M. Wilson. 614 Cormorant St.. Market Bldg. 
Phone 1718 . 

OVAL NOTICE — THOMAS CATTER- 
all, buil(k!r and geneial contractor, has 
removed «b »lil Fort street, abovs guadra, 
Tel. 820. 



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10RNER — 90x120 FRET OK MONTREAI 
-..' street. This will become vftlunble 
warehouse property in the near fiilure; 8- 
room house now on property. Price $6,000; 
easy terms. ' 



REMC 
al 



A. WILLIAMS & CO., LTD. 

;e* Vates HtrMt.: Phoas !«••. 

Qfi ACRES FACING ON MAIN ROAD. 
OkJ seven miles from city. Very cheap. 

, ji8,200-- . •,'• .' • 

LOTS AT 1250 PER LOT. HIGH, DRY, 
fine view, good land. 



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J,.OH 



SALE— SEVERAL FRESH 
pply Oaklands Dairy. 



COWS 



SOCIETY FOR THB PREVENTION OF 
cruelty to Animajs. Office 1212 Broad 
street. Phones, Inspector Ilusscl. 1921. sec- 



CPfJif 1^ ED ADVERT I S 1 N G 

VKl-KRINAHY HCHOOL.S 



SA.Nf FRA.NCISCO VETERINARY COL- 
Icge. catalogue mallec' 
Keane. 1818 Market street. 8.F. 



PERSONAL 



;;: ■_■ JD herballBL m 



► OYAI, DAIRY— CREA.MERY BUTTKR. 
ice cream, nillk add butterinllk; re- 
liable for quality and pjurlty. Dairy llIO 
Douglas St.. or Phone 1 



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DRATME* 



-•rXEA.NEV. JO.SEl'H 
TLL atreet 



JIFFICB B5 Wharf 
Telephone 1|1. 



.-TORIA TRUCK 
Telephone 13. 



DRAY CO,- 



DYE WOIJKS 



B'^C' BTEA.M DYE WdRtCS— THE I.AR- 
• g*Bt dyplng and cleaning works In the 
jjiovlncc. Country orders sol lei text ■ Tel. 
fOO J. C 



Renfrew, proprlwtdr-. 



fJOTTS. HOWARD A. O.— REAL ES- 
X tate, Finnnclal and Timber agents, lo 
buBlncas in Victoria for over twenty years, 
otfico 030 Fort stn^et. I ' ' 

rpRACKSELI ANDERSON""*: CO.— REAL 

i. estates, timber lonna. rentttla, coHcctloas 
Offices: Reglna, Sask.. and Vlciorio, S. C 
OfUce; 1210 Broad St. I'hone. 1722. 



SAILMAKEB8 



HHO. SAILMAKERS. TENTS, 
camp furnltUrei Warehouse 
570 Johnson St. Phone 796. . . 



JEUNE * B 
awnings. 



THE -rrRE AT INDIAN 
asthma. bronchitis, 
colds, etc.) Is- atll TfPM lati-B street where 
he 'has a full' supply of 'medicine. Anyone 
suffering from Asthm^ should call and see 
him. _ 

I ^ :-f ' ■ ■ II 



aOOD nnriM 
youii' 
LU87. 

J r(jl>LIKS- 



AND BOARD FOR TWO 
M)t9 Pandora street, pbone 



756 COURTNEY (LATE 

R«e) Tel. L16I6. Room .and .-lioard. 

i t rma i-nodnratBr. -N-iUas.JI''"- - 



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t^'M-£iiii-^ 



TOnCET— nOUSEKEEPINO BOOMS 



TO LET— FURNISHED. LAROB BED- 
room with use of <linln»room, kitchen, 
bath and telephone. Apply Up Government 
street, Jamea Bt^y. No children. ,: 



TO LET- 
■ Hnmb 



HOI fTEKEEPTNO ROOMS, 
oldt street. 



7»4 



'Sr.M^ttER RESORTS 



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I/EnA vista hotel, COWICHAN BAY 
under new management, good boating, 
bathing and fishing. Hotel oarriit^e me -ts 
trains at Cowlchnn station. For terms apply 
T. L, Forrest, Cortleid P. O.. B, C. 

UCKLAND Park. WEst PANDER ISL- 



UNf II KNISHED ROOMS., 
rst, 1937 Blanchard. 

i-lO LET— HQUSEKBEPINO ROOMS' 
Vunoouvor street. - 



a Ml LET— UNfU 
ply Mapiehu 

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AP-^ 



T.'AOR .-^ALE BY TENDER— HEAVY TEAM 
-1^, of Bay Mares, genuine, 7 and 8 years 
nld,flve Jersey milking cows In good condi- 
tion; three heifer calves, 4. 5 and 6 montba 
old; three Berkuhfre pigs. Will bo sold bc- 
forii August lie lot or separate to 

suit purcjuia-- apenc^rj-. {Saanlchtqti. 

TurgoojBe, l'"^' ' ", '■' .--.-.-i, -.- 

OK~s7uJb— DOUBLE bTiOoK QUrB-^ 
horac, perfccjiy Sound, 17 h^nds; also 
liBrness. Apply Box IflS, ColonlBt. 



KEEN JiOUSES— FLAT BOTTOM BOATS, 
long ladder^, stepf. meat safe, dog 
bouses in stock and mijids to order. Jones, 
Capital Carprnter/and Jobbing Factory, lOOt 
Vancouver and Tales street. 



PROI'ERTV FOR SALS 



T.-^INE, 
i- foil 



HIGH HALF tA;CBE, $700; cleared; 
our hlockH from car; fence on two- 
Bides; terms. Pemberlon & Son., «H Fort 
street. 



TT^OR SALE— LKJHT AND . HEAVY 
JC horses, 4 and 5 'years old,- also a good 
pony. J. G. McKay. Keatln«. P. O., Saanlch. 



HALii" PRICED LOTS AT FCLL VALUE 
$200 each with $25 cash and $10 month- 
ly; 50 per cent has' been made In ten days 
on Parkdale resal^a; lots half mUe farther 
out sold for $350. These I'arkdale lots are 
high enough to ov.cr.lxipk city. We will 
di'lve viiu out of 10 a. in.. 3. 5 or 7 p. m. 
Penrhc'rton & f^'tn. 6 14 Fort street. 

F Y 11 H A V E A N Y B .V It G A 1 N S IN PRO!' 



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Owners only. Box 92. fnlonisl. 



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RANTED — GOOD MILK- COW AT RKA- 
sonable price. Lemon, Keating P. O. 



I.'^OR- PALE— ONE-YEAR-OLD HENS 

PlymouthrockB and Rhode Islands, 
thoroughly good layers, $1 each. MrB. 

Ricnrdo. Hnrntoga; avenufj Oak Bay. 

■ ,■ - — Mi — ;■ - ■ — ' . ' ■■ 1 

j^OR SALE— HOR8B. BUGGY AND HAR- 
nessln ffood order. Prlco |360. Apply 
841 Harhlngiyy^ ityeam»yr,aaaB»-- .- 



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i>OR SALE— JERSEY' BULL. FOUR 
years old. IV Vog'elaar, Royal Oak. 



I,^0H sale -three F4VESH CALVED 

,1j cows Apply B 
off Cralgflower rofld 



-FOB SALE— ailSCKLLANEOCS 



B^^ 



few 
W, 



STENCIL /rjm~'?rEAL EN4IBAVINO 



I""»AUL'S STF,AM DYE WORKS- SIR FORT 
strtet. Wo clean, press and repair 

ladles' and genttcmsn's garments equal lo 

new. Phone 834. '"r:~~ ''■ , ^ J 

iTr^lirA'sTiAM DYE WORKS. 844) 
Fort street; telerhono 717. Ladies' 

end Gentlemen's garnientB cleaned or dyed. 



GKNERAL ENGRAVER AND. .STENCIL 
•Cutter. Geo. Crowlhi-r. Tl Wharf St., 
behind PoiJt Office. •" •■ , . 



KI.ECTRICIANfT^fc JELECTRIC Sl^PI.lES 

OOt *"' TUSON. ELECTRICAL CO.S- 

tractorf. Motor boats, gaaulino engines 

I'uone A-1448. 785 Fort St. 



rT^AWKiNH & HAYWOOD, 728 YATES 
ll Ht Klectrlrlans; alT kinds of supplies 
■ nrrled. ' InBlallatlnrfS end repairs proniplly 
attended lo ; prices mo derate ''"""" ''^^^ 

AdvertiseTn THE COLONIST 



SAND AND OBAVKl., 



Be, BAND & GRAVEL CO.— FOOT OF 
Johnson St. Tel. ISSS. Washed and 
graded snnd; gravel for 'concr<<te venrk. Do- 
llvered by tiam or oiv scows at Royal Bay. 



and. Sea«ld« summer resort, a 
guests taktn. Hates $1.00 per day. 
Grimmer. 

pBRTlAVARAtJlir^ ESQiTlMALT ROAU 
' road, large gardeh. beautifully sltunt- 
,ed. near sea. On car line. Terms -moder- 
ate. Phono L72«. , . -. , 



BUSINESS CHANCES 



rpUE LINEHAM-SCOTT sand *. GRAVEL 
-1: Co., 033 Vates St. — Rrrpene>l snnlrl (Mid 
gravel, graded; broken rock, blnek aoll, etc. 
riiuiies; Office. 664; Manager, 2198; Pits, 
L-iao i . 

rhortiianB 



ynORTHAND SCII(»OL-n09 HIKIAI) ST.. 
io VIcti'irla. ShorthamL . TvP'Jwriting, 
B,.rikUeei.|»B. r-h giiiplo tholoujthly taught. 
Graduates llll g^Sod positions. E. A. Mac- 
. inliian, principal. 



j-V3R.-_ SALE— A PAYINIX ROOMJNC 
liouBc-,- ApJ>lj^I>21 SImcoe atreet. 

RANTED— PAIITNERShYp IN FaSTAB-' 
llahfld' real estate business liy auc- 
c'-Bsnil salesman of considerable, cxperlenoo. 
Applv Box 2-1. Colonist. ' ' ' . 






Oli.MJNG MOUSE AT LADVKMITH, 12 
rooms. I'rl'-c ITiOO, tliiee year lenxe, 
rent $20 per month. Room 2. 715 Yaiea 
Btri'et. ', ■ 



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IAOn RENT— TWO FRONT FURNISHED 
housekeeping rooms, one us bed-sitting 
room, other kitchen, gas cooker, sink hot 
and cold water, etc., bath, $4 week. Barnes 
834 Courtney street. . 

O "LE"f~l?nfELY* Fl'RNIflH ED RObMS, 
centrally located, all modern conveni- 
ences. Telephone, etc. Apply 94-1 Fflrt St". 



rpo . LET— FURNISiraD HOUSEKKEP- 
JL Ing rootiis. 819 Pandora ft-renue. . 

b LETr^-'HOuVEKEEPiNO ROOMS 
., Nicely furnished, large grounds, hear 
fountain HOfl Gorge rond. I'hdne R1607. 



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NFURNISHED HOI'HEKEEPINO ROOMS 
922; North Park street. . "'' 



PBOPKBTX n*ANTED 



r^On BALE— LADY'S AND GENT'l 
bicycle, gooh condition, coaster brakes 
and Brook's ■Undares. Apply 1300 Wliarf 
street. , ' 



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irtOU SALE— MOTOR LAUNCHES ON 
illx8 Falrbuiiks .-nglne. 7 h. p. on_2Sx7; 
BulTalo, fbur cytlnder engln.? on 20x5,1 wo (-yl- 
Inder engine; 102 t ^olonist; phime 2422. 

TCVJH SALJiJ^FFlCB FIXTURE.-* AND 
1: fnry safe. Apply B. Dougn'i. I: uini 



ca(*h, 

iTv'jR SALE— A STKWAUT BI'.SINES.S 
-I propertv. revenue $;;4n month; prhe 
$4,500; halt casl). Apply Fred Irvine. 904 
Kings road. '' - 

1>.\RKDALE LOT.S, NEW BLOCK Al) 
lolnlng Ctirey ri>«d. has been re-pur- 
chaaed anil on market at $225 i-arh : nne- 
thlrd of the new binek is already sold; do 
you want one of these? Same terms as 
others. Pemlierton * son, 614 Fort atreei. 



EVENTY ACRES, WITH GOOD COT- 
lage, stable And ehtcken house, only 
seven miles from city, good roads, good wat- 
er, nice loratJon. cheap 14, Ono. 

ACRES, FINEST OF SOIL, 
der crop. g"0d house and 
outbuildings, ronsiderable stock, four miles 
from city, |15,000, good terms^ ^ 

T~irmTE5>.N~ACRES,~FINE SOIL, NEARLY 
all cleared, nice new house, good out- 
buildings, good orchard, a bargain at $8,500. 



sevi 
er, 

FAR.M— 8 4 ACI 
clesred. unc 



THE CITY BROKERAGE 

nil Douglas St. (opposlta Merchants Bank) 

SEVEN-ROOM HOUSE, NOT QUITE 

completed, will be flnlshed lo suit pur- 
chaaer; one minute from car, five minutes 
from aea. .*li modern conveniences, in one 
ot the beat residential parts ot th» d 
Lot nlrrlv wooded. 60x1:12; prlca $S.ioO 



city. 



,•^OUR-ROOM 
In good 1 . 
Easy terms; price $2,200. 



COTTAGE, JAMES, BAY. 



Jb "in good repair; close to sea and car. 



HREE-KOO.M COTTAGE, 
r; good hoi 
price $1,600. 



T 

eluded 



BUILT ONE 
furniture in- 



t.-^OH BALE— BARGAIN. HILLSIDE AVE- 
X nue, corner of Cook, large lot, 139 feet 
frontage on Hillside, only $l.ooo, on terms. 
E c H. nagshawe. Lid., 1112 Broad street. 



>;.>#-.r!*'SBr>-,...,r».-,jk,KOB-.r.-J 
U1X-R06,VI HOt'SE. 
io per month. 



x'^Ea 



WAV. 1.1 » 



E 



j^ianT-ROf>M HOUSE, OAK 
trist, $30 per month. 



BAY D19- 



SALE-^ 
ry safe 
Moody Block. 



ONE ACRE IN LOT 118, WHICH AD 
loins Alberni Townsile, $350, easy 
terms. Compare this with the price of 
lolH 111 the same. .Vjipl y 1'. M,. i'olonlBI. 

l.-tOH SALE, ON YtH'K OWN TERMS, 
1^ fine new h*<m.- on ihalf acre ground. 
oii<9 lot from Shoftl Bay beach. Price and 
piii-tleulnrs from .1. Manning, Munday's 

shoe store. f)o\eromi'nt street. 

p~ p'lyrr.s" ("ThTiTi NALL Y I N I'A K K D A LE 
L)t-)«-) leBs than 20 -remain of the original 
liilB You can still buy, cleared, aild cul- 
tivated, lots tlier> for $200 each with $25 
cash and $10 month. We will drive you out 
at 10 tt. m., 3, 6 or 7 p. m. Pemberlon & 
Son. 



l,1lVE-ROOM COTTAGE, CADBORA BAY 
1- road. $15 per month. 



T?tOUR-ROO.M COTTAGE, FIFTH STRHET, 
1. $12.50 per month^ / 



E. HENDERSON & CO ^^_ 

01 OAA— HALF ACRE CLOSE IN, GOOD 
5pX^\rV view with good 8urrounJHn««- 
One-third e.»Mh, balance seven per cent. 

aoi\f\f\— EIGHT ROOM BUNGALOW 
5^.)t7UU -ivlth all modrm oonVBBlsnees, 
close to car line and purfectly naw w)t,h out 
houses and ^4 acre ot good soli. Tb»» Will 
not U»i long and If you wish to |»ltr«b«M 
your own home at your own prtcs Mt quick- 
ly. 



.'lOR"' SALE— MOTOR LAl'',NCH, TTTI! 
Gladys" Ts fci-t long, almost ni-w, 
!n (itft class condition. Apply cari^laUCG- 
(-Uik Bay boat h-iUH'. . ^ 



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'IHRESHEH, 



ST. 



TANTED-CORNt'-.R LOT, Ml ST BK 
bargain, will pay halt caah. balani-.! 
one month nayrnents-,' state full partlcuUrs. 
Apply Box 98. Colonist. 



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^PLENDir) OfKNlNf* ""OR A SOBER IN- 



luslrleus blaokamlth end ivoodwor,('er, 
bulUHshop will be renti-d to lli-i right, 



newiy _ - - 

peraon. For furth'^r parti. -olars apply to 1, 

O. Demers, CoVwood, uak Hell Park. 

OR sTrLE~LAr.\TiRy AN!) LOT ON 

Simcoe sir«-et, blo(-k 2'l. lot 20 triangle 

ehai-e. Price $3.T00. Apply 1706^ Gov't Bt. 



V 



t'tTANTRD- ,1 
V> hood of Biii-nsUie road, rhr-np imd 
Apply Harmnn * Appl'tnn, i'l.!! 



t-RHy terms. 
Yates Btreet. 



Ij^OR-SALE-lS.MALL 
!; Albans No.- 3; almost tnw and does 
splendid work. Suitable- for gasoline or 
fitlii-r light power. . Capacity about 500 
l.uxhels ilally. Cheap for cash. Apply 

Smith &Patersnn, KoUsllah. B. C. 



sell nt halt price 
Bllah. n. C 



NEW CHATHAM FANNING 

Smith & Piiterson, Kok- 



I noil KALE 

I mill with elevator ahdhngger. Will 



V PRETTY TWl>-ACRE RESlDENt^R I *»' 
Vernon, B. C., city light, water and 
sewer, fruli trees. Will sell at once or 
exchilnge for Victoria property. Albert 
.Muiiikloii . Keating, B. Ci 

___ contaTninH 



-BUYS BIX ROOM HOUBIB AND 
(wo food lots Oft HulUW WHiVl- 
saay terms. 



$3500 



MOR 



SALE— HOTEL 



X' eight rooms; a good paying business; 
license paid six months In advance. Price 
$600. Apply Box 876, Victoria. 



h' 



YV^anted acreagb- 

tV lot or two 1 
Box 30. tl'olojilst., 



- IIP USE 



AND 

terms. 



CH E AP-'-2 5 - FOOT .HAI L- 
l.oat with r. h. p. engine. Apply *o 
F. rrnnelfl. Falrvlrw (Ireenhouseg. phone 
2tn, EB(|iilinBll roail. ' ^ 

iLVlirLLiwr"0UT--BI(l REI)ITCTIO.VS IN 
f^ buggi.eju_ wagons.. ttnd-ijarts. .Now and 



.TO. EXCHANGE 26 . ACRE.S 

mpfovd Snnnleh property for Victoria 

properly. Phona R2319, 1020 Hulton SI. 
Oak Bay. 



WANXRD- 



second hand, 
ant BlrecL. , 



XL LedlnghaTifiT 72f" Cormor- 



Advertise in THE COLONIST 



GOOD LAND FOR BALE— FIFTY MILES 
from Victoria on B. St N. Railway sasy 
to clear, .^cloae to good market, tlo«-i tir 
achool and churches. Will cut up to sullt 
purchaser from ten anrss i^p, land ad.1plnlng 
held twice the prlce^'I am Mking. Al«o 
good sevenly-flve acre farm, as • folng 
concerns, can show fiftssn per cattt on 
money Invested. If you mean business 
write for particulars. No agents used apply. 
Box 963 Colonist. 



SHAW REAL ESTATE CO. 

MTH 'Xmtm Btract. flkMM t9N 

ACRE iriiuiT 

f Undid visw i 
or pArfleular* 



i:jV3R 

-L* t^t^vn. South Saanlch; •pUndid visw; 



good 



SALE— TWELVE 
tanlch 
fruit. Price 14060. 



IriLEVEN LOTS m ALBERNI, CLO«» IN, 
li • g ood buy. Prlc« tllXi i any t«iirjns. 

^iNkSON SIODALL it 

r. r. aw iyt n«« ohma tIimwo ai«u«ik*. 
ft •••• 



F 



nOB SALE— ONB BLOCK FROM PAR- 



housp and lot; lot VixiOl; house Hm •»« 
rtrnms: r;mi"^> foundafldfi, laffs T»(H«m*iit 
with cement TTrttir, furnace knd all mod- 
ern conveniencts, $U.O0(»; $5,000 cash, bal- 
ance one to seven yeara at 7 »*r csnl. 
Apply Boa II.. CaJojUat."'". 



OHT AORBB ON BOOK* KAI10OR, 
AflJt pfcnty of good watsf, llhafnilkwa* 
vl«w of harbor, straits and Olrmpte monft' 
tains, about nns half ntitllon (aat ((»oA ttm* 
h«T. rropertjr moat KittBtkl* faf nbanh haft, 
poultry, dairy cattts or oreharAa BKrttiwr 
Sound Railway aurvcya ran witlit* «t«i't«r 
nftl* tt stthnr aid* pt thta ntopwiat. Th* 
prtMt it |I,M« vltlt unM te'Mi ifttiM!)!*, 






mmmim^ 



wmmmmpm 



I'W'CH' '*'* 









I 



* > ,-.)'-j^i ^ 






^£51S^^i5S©?fi.;p«^*w^K« 




Thursday, August 4, 1910 



1 '■ 



VICTORIA DAILY COLONIST 



17 



CONDEI\fS ED ADVERTISING 

■ ' ' ■ : — — ?r«* "";^ 

KKAX fcSTATK— (Cont.). 



THE GLOBE REALTY CO, 

Room T, Ukhaa fllk. llix 



(Jovri'iinient SL 
Tal. 1(11. 




$45() 






PAYS KOU A ■ HBAV.TIFt'l. T«OT 

111 the, i-ml ot- till li.'iiKfnii"»tri-e' 
tijgh aiirt dry and maiij; l<) choos' 



625 



rS THB— P-imOHASE PRKJB. OF- 
v('!j; ilcDlnibN'*' Iota. 60x120, on 
Clarn Bfvt-'i't, npjir the i-ofner .of Richmond 
and (>Hk Bay uvonup. i 



Births Marriages, Deaths 



T- 



BOBir. 

.MIl)l)LKTOX--;On the 2n(l, at ai. .lo- 
sepli'H liospltHl. a, Hun, ti> Mr. and Mtm. 
J. C. T. Mi<l(llctnn, (if ,L'XO SuiiPrlor 
street. 



$4.4(H) 



7- 



JS„._*N ' _liXCE.l>T10N.U*L:5.- 
stDiill pi ■ for (i 5-co6m lioiisf 
I'll 11 lariif lot on r'"ii(fInB otiftot, near Bia- 
1 on mil ^arkj jmiatL_£|iBh„j\ayra(;nl . uii^d 
•■any terms. ' ' " ' " .-"■' " ' "~ T 



C, H. RIGHARDSOAI 

^^n 1 street. .Room -J, I'psialrg. 



TJOSKBl 



1 road. 



AVENTK. 
lot 50x123, 



NRi.\R 

J4 7A, — - 



FKRN- 



^Xi:VIi.K STHKKT. NEAR AVn,LOW8, 7 
"J^ room hoiTsi-. npw, $l,2(tO; -JSOO cash, 
balance as rfnt. 



Tj^KRNWOOD ROAD. NH3AR .TAY'l 



siliool. B-roorn huusp, W,000 
balance aa rent. 



cash 1500. 



\ p A RTME>rr~Froirsgs FOgiBiEa^T ah c 

ur\. for »ttli;. ■■ — ' ■ 



nei 



HEWLINGS & CO. ' 

Broad Street. Phon* 1TS4. 



ia>>} nnn— i'urn,h;r 1..0T, OAK BA.r dis- 

fir— ."wU irU-t.; 120x1 00 fcpt.' (|5U0 oash.; 



* 1. 5(10^^^::^ 



TWO 
llji.-- 



CORNER t,OTS*-T3N 



*'l iUiCi l*'')^' HurSf .^NUTTi VACR-ESr 
• y,\n f\} — TT^Ti^nu"^ -xtfk 



KOiid vlfw; good well 



ft*firtag\S- Irilf t'.i ; 
if wati-r. 



■< ORUO.V HE.VP RO.VU~^S*=*UiUCS, *70< 



p.T acri-. 



"A rOXXRfiXL aiHRRT, ilOCSE AND LOT 
^'J $2,800, - 



$4,500- 

fulllvatod. 



-SAANICH DISTRICT, rOB W 
acrrs with iimall hdOMi jfkrtly 



ioon:^::i 
( 



SPROAT. LAJCE, 10. CHAINS 
from, $7(J ppr acrp, 



WrtAY— .Tuly 3lBt, at 560 John street, 

Anna, widow, of the late William 
^ Wray, Ksq,. .1. P.- of Oak Park, Co. 

Donegal. Ireland, and oldest drtuKhter 
piit the Iat« Cap't. . .Rpharl .)i>lui."i,t()n, 

tilth reg. e.-iqr. D. I^. ,J. P. Hrook Hill, 

t.'o. Ijeltrim, Ireland. 

F'uneral ,>Strictly prlvaio: 



LOO. F. 



o. p. 



rUWlSmAI,- KOTIOB. 
Dominion Lodg-e No, 4, I. O, 



AMUSEMENTS 



P«ntag«» 

A baby giv^en uwa^ tonight by the 
Lewis audLiake Company, as a part- 
ing soLlveiilr of its last week's eii- 
gugerneiit in Victoria, will add much 
interest to the excellent show tills pop- 
ular organizatioi! Ls prescntinK at the 
i'uiitiige.s, and from a standpoint ot a 
poiiillur novelty in theatricals will un- 
doubtedly pack the theatre to lite 
doors. Tomorrow^ night the chorus 
girls and local atiKiTeurH vilU "hold an- 
other 4)rfizc vaudeville contest. ICach 
of the oh'irua glt-ln^^ .will jju tlu'ough a, 
new performance, and Me\eral liew 
local uniateur.'j will be in evidence. 



NOTICE 



The officers and members .li liomin- 
lon LodRe No". 47;'Tr'0. O. K-, areli.'rehy 
requested toWe^.tat the hall. Douglas 
street, at '2 p.-,in.; TlittTsday, 4th Au- 
Ku.st. for the purpose of attending the 
fmiernl dT mir late Brother lueonard 
("ouslns Visiting members and 

■brotjter ^^ :,..:, t her logges ; are a i «' > I n - 



OASD or THAZrXS. 

.-5II«» Mabel ElTiston wishes to thank 
all"" her dear brother's kind friends" for 
their .s.vmpathy in her great sorrowj^ 
their kind Inquiries and beautiful flow- 
ors which are so numerous that, she Is 
unable tri acknowledge th.em' individu- 
ally, whlffii are greatly appreciated lyy 
her and will be ascomfor^ to hts family, 



away. 



HTV PROFEHTV; DOOXJt l.N'i 

on- HoueIhs. Johiison und 



PLUMMER & RIDEOUT 



tvcat 



Ksl»t<- 

' IlU 



rinihiT iinil In ..II 111 lite affents. 
liroitd ,St. I'hune .io'Ji, 



'•Ofi 



ki-l \(\ FOR CHaifE 



LQia_ IN PORT 



0; j ,"rnA— .MOCeitN" S-WoOM " " Mousr 

,'II'"i . t > I H / near IJln^p«o»--«lr^•et. 



12,500 



— KIVE-UOOM COTT.^UE. PEM- 

hroki' 8trf;<'t. 



-XE\V 
road. 



•ROO.M HOt;,SB, KING' 



J*:l()00 

(ji-.-ij -Large lots on moss street 

1650 



I-OTS ON VANOOrVBR STREET 
MO rock., 



rnilESE DESIRABLE PROr*BRTlES CA> 
-i bfr- handled with a small ca»h payment. 



Granite and Marble Works 

M oniiment.-, Tableis, Granlt.i 
Copings, etc., at lowest prices, 
consistent with firs t claaa stock 
and wi rl'.mar^ship. -^ .-;~,:-^ - 

A. STEWART 

Cor, Y,iNs a:iil lil.incbnrd St.i. 



ae Og EXAITD DISTBICT, - 

District of Sooka. 

T4KE ^-OT ICjg .that Ada Leslie Kills, 
married woman, ""iritfeaUs to jB,pply for 
permtssloti to purchase the following 
lands: ■ Starting at ttTr" northwest cor- 
ner of ■*l0t 113; thenfte south 40 chains; 
thence 24 chains, more or ■ less, to the 
"northwest corner of lot "11 3; thence 
south 40 chains to the sotithiivest cor- 
ner ot Ibt 1 13 ; thence west te--«hore 16 
chains', more or less; theuce following 
Shprp- line to the souiheast corner of 
lot 80; thence nbrth along the bounda- 
ries of lots .80 to »3. 65 chains, more 
or less; thence eWit,,74 chains, more or 
less, to ; point of commencement, 

',.-:' -■•■■■■ A;, ;)b. ELrlilSr/-— 

Per J. Oiibotii, Ag«6t. 



CAVADIAH KEXIOAir PACirZC 

BTEAMSBip i:.isri!. 

•Ntrrifl'; Ih HKUEUY GIVKN hy tlie 
undersigned that the Sun Stenm.slilp 
.(/■(i., .I.,lmlte*l, opi-ratlng the 8teamslilp« 
Lonsdale and Oeorula under thi- above 
name lias no coiinecllun with any boat 
<>lj|er,.tjia,n , tb_^ aliuve^ iiipnl|()neJ^,.M^^ 
ers which liiay nt/w .ba-uperalfng or may 
hereaftei- Jja (iporaled under the nanio 
of tlie"'C^atUKliun Mexican Pacific Steam- 
.shlp Line, and that on the discharge of 
llie S. ti. Lonsdale at present In the port 
of Vancouver, their connection and 
that of the undersigned as Joint mana- 
ger of. the' said- jltie will cease; -Hiid 
that they are not and will not in any 
way be responsible or liable In connec- 
tion with . any other steamship or 
.steam.shipa which may be run or oper- 
tfted under the above name. — ' — 

Dated -at Vancouver, British Colum- 
bia, thlH 27th^ day of .Tuly A. D. 1910, 

Kor the Sun Kteani.shlp Co., Ltd. 

'-■- • A. T. CRIGHTO-V. 

T he Canadian Mexican Paeiflr S!ie«m- 



Bhlp Line. 



T. ITKIGHTON. 
.Joint Manager. 



Hf THE SUPREUS COUKT 

_ aaiTisg cojmMsi^. 



OP 



In the MatteiL_«f .Registered Plan .>.o. 
81S.A. of the SubtJlylelon of the 
Northerly portion of Lot 466, Group 
1, Casslar District, being part of the 
Townslte of ; Stewart, and In the 
Matter of the Land Registry Act and 
Ampti.llng Acts: . .__ 

K'OTICE is hereiij' glveifthat hy an or- 
der made herein on the 29th June, 1910, by 
TITe-tTonorable the -Chief Justice, It was 
ordered tlrat the above mentioned Plan 
81SA shall be amended so that the lots 
In liloclvB~13, 15, l(j, 17,' 20, 21, 22, 23 
and 24 thereon :«naU be numbered 1 to 
12 from West to East on the Southei-n 
side: of each Block, and 13 to 24i>ra'lso 
from-. West to Kaat^on the Northern 
sld(^>of each Blcck uihless cause be 
shoAVii to the contrary within ten days 
after the publication of xuitlce . of th«[ 
said Order In the Victoria Dally Colon- 
ist newspaper and the Prince Rupert 
Empire newspaper for 30 doyk 

Dated this 36th day o« June. A. D.. 

1910. ■ ■ ■' , 1 ■ ; 

CREASE & CREASE. 

521 Fort St., Victoria, B. C. 
Solicitors for -the Applicants. Th* 
Stewart Land Co;, Ltd. 

| || , 1 ' li '. I . iiii l 'i . j. i| U I ^■^^■Ww^ l ..l ii V.jr. l ^' !il iiifc mm^tamm^ 



»fim 



flKK>lCB'I.Ain> OI8TB1CT. 



THE CAPITAL CITY REALTY 

('OMP\N\. 

Iti'iil Instate Mnuactul unJ insurance Agents 

I'banp. il9i ' «l» Xates sUre^. 



J 



I ST THJNK JOF IT—A NEW 

roiiag". fully modern wllhtn the 



c- 1 IT 111 

for only J2.I0O: Jl'on 



Ian?«> lot; ,no 
iirt 



4-ftOdM 

mile 
l-ock. with Rood vIpw, 
aah, baianc'' aa-tuiint. 



rpwo I.OTS;-TStSCOUVER ifJTHEET. ONE" 
i block from park. bo^h " ebrnnrs,. ajt; 
.•LiiOO. v.lth '4 caih and your- oWn terms foi' 
iBlnnrf. Is the bf'Bt buy In" the clly. Aifliotfi-" 
Ipg lots aro selling at ll.OOd each. 



/ 



liilBtrlct OX- Sooka. 

TAKE NOTICE that teone Duhola, 
married woman. Intend.*! to apply for 
permission to purchase the foUo^Rlng 
described lands: ' Cofnntiencing at the 
northwest corner of lot 112; thence east 
40 chains; thence north 40 chains; 
-thence west 40' chains: thence south 40 
chains to point of ctimmencement. 

U DUBOIS. 
""'■ ■ -' — '~" — Per J. XrobolSi agent. - 

August 2, isao. 



SCOTTISH RlAlTY CO. 

■ tr««t. 



Challonrr 
DttXi, baak. 



Block. TatPi 
Phoa* not. 



1 j WL\' II ES OF. SPLENDID LAND, T'WC 

-1 Uvr iiilti/s from '"WA-ichan station 6'nd 

liali a mile fro'rn c owli ' li an wbarf, ■I" 

HI r»» under Vulilvatlon; good new housoT 

l»r»c- barna; well wateTPd.— f r l cc » T O :i»W: | western 

t' 1 nie arratiRfd, ' — -■ ., 



()8 



J<Vi'HES UN .SUITH PENDER" IBLA.N'D 



sooxi: z.ANJ> iJisTaiCT. 



District of Sooke.° 

TAKE NOTICE tliat I, L. Harrington 
Elllis, clerk. Intend to apply for per- 
mission to purcha-ne the folltf wli i g d t^ 
scr4befi_, lands: Commenclmt' at — ^la 
northwest, corner oi^*-^o.t .^112; -thence 
west 74 chains, more or less, to, the 
boundary of lot 1»3; - ;thenx:e 
north 70 chains, more or 1^8. to the 



ash'-dand pa;tly clcarnl; .TO_i>x ^0 acn-ii 

f" fine land, n.-jirlv qua.rli-r of a injlf waS'T^ . , 

ioni. good bcHih; giKid "waiti;;; sprenditrHHtams. more or less, to the soutliwipst 



shootlntr and tlBhlni;. 
,;isy t.-rmB, 



Prlct oflly $2,000: on 



')/i A' RES OP" GOOD 



-»i- 



i)F GOOD LASD; .SOL_aiaLU£,u, 
Kood water supply.' 12 atirps slashed. 
-iiBli houBi', closb to station. Price oftly 



LEE AND FRASER 

KrnI i;«lalr uiid Inhurnnco .Vi;viiia, Xrouikce 
Avenue. 

1^ ( -nn— \vii>i, HrRrnAAB a six 

•7~T')\'^) roomed," modern house on Clar- 



;>i2uo 



-ONLy. FOR TU'O GOOD LOTS 
on Montreal, strccl. 



$2500 



— FOft 
iBge. 



A FIVE 
close 111. 



ROO.MED COT- 
,on l?oMlnson St. 



154000 



-WILL BUV TWO LOTS 
KInsstoit street, a good buy. 



O.N 



northe^ast corner of lot 99; thetice cast 
64 -chains, more or less, to the e^ftnt 
boundary- <Jr lot ■ 92 ; thence south . -30 




jrCHTIOB to OONTBACTOXS. 



corner of lot ■».^: thence' along the south- 
erly, boundary of inrfff. 10 chains, nioj:* 
or less; thence south iti elialiut to. point 
of commencement. - , 

IV. H. ELLIS. 
Per J, Dubois, Agent. 
Augost t, riip. '■■ : 



S^-'kJfrn O.NLY — FOR A SEVE.V ROOM- 
t_),**«.Jv/ rd bungalow on Mt nscies street, 
l.i.idTJi .In »Very •respect 



-FOR A LOT WELL SITUATED 
IKi 



'T-lt/UU on Marblnuir avenue. 



Real K«tBlr iind ■ innnrial Agent. ' 
.Malion llldB-, (rii\ i-rnincnt .Street, Victoria 
H < , lelepUuno n*»i 



D. McIMTOSH,,.: 

1 ■ innnrial Ag 
•niiicnt .Street, 
epltune lr';44>i 

LOT 5, lU.i M 1, ..4,-_..OSliAai— iSRlCSX-; 
Jl.lOO: tprms. 

rpwo I-OTS ON ALULR . STREET,, 50xl7< 
I- <>ach ; prlco $300 t-nch. : : _Z L . .. 

NE HALF acre" ON .CARROLl 
street, 11,000. ^.1^...-_L ■ ■-. ' 



XAITD BECH9TKY ACT. 

"In the matter of an application . for .a 
duplicate certlHcate of title tf> Lot 01 
of Sublof 6.*(, Fernwood Estate .(Map 
282), Victoria City, i 
NOTItVK la hereby given that It Is nfy 
Intention at the expiration cjf one 
month from .the date of the (list publi- 
cation hereof to Issue a duplicate certi- 
ficate of--rH-tn-_l«: salrl land i.ssued to 
John David Lander.-i, i.n the 3Isl day of 
Oc t ob er, Un)H, and numbered 1S964 C. 

Land Registry OITIce, Victoria, B. C, 
July 23, 19I0; 

J. P, McLEOD. 
Deputy Registrar General. 

Maynard & Son 

■' I'' ■ rii '."N i-.Kits 



SEALED fENDERSf:~~iiupeiF«crlbeji- 
"Tender for School at Mlpsion. B. C.,*" 
will be -receli-eil. by tlie Hon. Thomas 
Taylor, Minister of -Works, up to noon 
of Monday, the 2-2nd August, 1910, for 
the. erection and cotnpletion of a fotifj- 
roorned timber framed acboolhoua e- at 
Mission-, ---■—.-■—,.—: — •^— ,- , ^^ . -. 

Plans, speolfliiations, contract, and 
forms of tender- may he seen on and 
after th^-4th day of .\ugust, 1910, at the 
offices of the Government. Agent. New 
.WestmlnstiM-: R. C. Abbott,- E«<}Ti—Sec- 
netary To School Tniste^s, Mission: J. 
H. Bowman, Es<i., architect, 112 Crown 
Building. Vancouver; and at. the Depart^ 
ment of' Public Works; Victoria, 

Each proposal must be accompanied 
by an accepted bank, cheque or certifi- 
cate of deposit on a chartered bank of 
Canada, niade ijayable to the HonorablB 
the Chief Commissioner .for a., -sttfn 
ilvalent to 10 per cent, of the amount 
ot ther tender. which-sliaJl-.lie forfeited 
If the party tendering (^lecllne' to enter 
Into contract -wheii.-cal led upon -to^O^ SO; 
or If he fall to coniplete the worK corT^ 
tracted tny^ The cheques or certTflcates. 
o£.-3deposU of unsuccessful tenderers 



.Saturday night will see the last por- 
forniancc of this bupch ot fun makers 
in tills city. The renialnlmi; three du.\s 
of the Lewis and Lake Company " in 
this city sh/Hjid command the attention 
of all amu'serncnt siH.'ker.s. 



Mm alhletcs. The 
ei/ds lilmself by the 



New Grand Theatre 

•I 
"The. woiiclerfiil cxlilbltloii dT strength 
shtiwn Liy Lo/.etlij at the Grand tlieatre 
tills week Is causing a.Mionlsliment 
among Vlctorla'.s 
way Lozclle suspe 
tlimnh.s and draws hlniMelX up slowly 
and i)oae.s in tjaat l->osiUon witli con- 
tracted bicep."*., has set atliletlc \'lc- 
torla thfnUln.if. 

Tlie MayviHes appeal to tlic section 
of lilt! audience tliat wants tlie be.st 
amusement and give' full measure. 
Mary .\iin Miown gives splend't^cl rc- 
prcBcntationa of otht^r peojile but is 
liest in hor Coster charact<?rlz.ations.' 
.'\1 Lawrence is the Ijiggest laugt) 
getter of it hundred, and .UoCortnack 
and pretty Miss Irving are/ very suc- 
I'essful In promoting a nevv 'idea en- 
titled "Klirtolopy." Tliomas J. I'r.ice's 
voice Is iini)rovlng •wonderfully .-ind if 
obttviiilng a much richer" tone. In "I'm 
:Vfruid of Vou'.at 'the GrarvLl tlii.«( 
week he 'is at • hi^ best and is doing 
mil ch in th e d raw [ng _o f the full liouses 
this weiJit. The moving pic tur»?8 are a^ 
satisfactory and diverting as ever. 



CITY OF VICTORL4 



A complete list of Local Improvement Works, authorized by Bylaw, from time to time, will be found 
posted on the Bulletin Board at the main entrance'to the City Hall. 



MR. B'RYSON RESIGNS 



Assistant City Engineer Gives 
.Civic Position for More -- 
Lucrative One 



Up 



Mr. G. H. Bryson, formerly assl«tft*t— 
city englHjeen and, since tlKr amH'M'.t- 
ment of Mr. Angus Smith to the posi- 
tion of city engineer, in charge of the 
outside work of the department, yes- 
t^rdav handed' 111 his resii^ ntnitin tu tlm 
city. Mr. Bry.-on has. accepted a more 
lucrative position with the \Varswii:k 
Paving jCompaiTyr • . 

it has been rumored for (Sonie lime 
that-^lnfiryson contemplated^ severing 
his TMjn"nle(5tTori' with the clt.v, Tjut hot 
until y-e»terday did he.-4elinUely m«- 
nounce his Intention. . -. — .r^=-^. 



Tenders for Sheds 
and Stalls 



Tender&.will la- rt'ccivcd by ihc 
undcrsi},mc(l- lip Id 4 ji.'m. on Jmi- 
day, Aii),;um:/2. fur building sheds 
and stall in •^larke..t;.ya;£^as;::]3er 
plans and .sjiccificatioiVs.' wliich 
can !)c seen at my -office, Citv 
M;ill, I.iiwosl or an\' tender r.oi 
neces.sarily accepted, 

AVM. \V. N'ORTIICOTT^ 

Biiilding Inspector. 




TENDERS 



Are reqiiireii for tlio iii.iking good 

certain II -! 1 . i \- ili-i'". is 

rr. M. .Slilp "s iieiirw au-i , " a list 



W'l il o h may b e s e en on application to th e 
Admiralty"^ A.getit at Esquimau JDock- 
yard. who will also, give further Infor- 
mation, ^ ' ' 



i 




CAirC£I.I.ATIOX 



Ki.gh..Schflol .inspectorate. 
As a result of the new arrange- j JSTOTICjE Is hereby given that the re- 
ment yf JlJiBJ>ublic achooI^inapeeXorjilea.^-aapv'fti^jtislijig upon the lands embraced 
for' the p'-ovinoe, lirletlv referred to in special Timber Licences No. 202s'9, 
jesterda.v, three tifhcial visit'dtions an- j^situated near Sechelt Inlet, .New West- 
nuaily instead of but one, -as hereto- : 7,^i„;;(^,. District, Ls cancelled, and that 
fore, are jirovldo'd for." The promn- ; j,,-j, j,a^,,j ,^„jg ^,j,, ,,g ^p-g^jQ,. ,opa^ion_ 
tlon of Senior Inspector Gordon to th^ j {,„,jer ,the provisions of the Land Actr 
newpost of High-sctiool inspector, ctnd I ^t midnight- on October 14, 1910.' 

the dividing of the large lower main- 1,^ . 'w^„.,,-..„ . „,^»,,»„--r,, 

!._ J-- - ROBERT A. REN WICK, 



land district In which j.h.f. chief pojui- 
latlon of the j./ovlncc l8 concentrated, 
will necessltiUe 'th^ appointment of 
two new iiisi^cctbrs, \vhose ivomina- 
ttbns will he submitted to the e.<{ecu- 
(Ive'by tlie rhlhlfttef of education at 
an early date; .. '; 



Deputy Commissioner of Lands, 
Lands Dept., Victoria, July 14. 1910. 



.FJ(|hi..Telo^one. Rates. 

following the pr'iliclplfi adopted h\ 
the rival telegraphic cohipunles In th^ 
establlshmerrt of -fheir l«>ttcrgraJii 
jServU'es, it hais been decided by the B. 
C. Telephone Co. to reduce the night 
rates between all Vancdiivei; Island | 
points and all mainland points front 7' 
p.' m. to 8 a. m., threv minutes conver- ! 
satlon beinf^'hereafter allowed for the-; 
Iiresent one-^mlirute dav rate^ and ov*,r- j, 
time one minute ^au the rate of the j 
quarter minute daiij'i' This new ar- j 
Tatigement makes U »P' that all lin- | 
IK>rtunt business cah be handled al 
night and at a much reduced rate. Ap- 
polntmerita caii be placed throughout 
the day a"nd- -wtH: be ta k en, i n pi n l 
of appointtnent. .'? 




IMPORTANT 
SALE 



OP- 



.' ^ <«y— Mission 6oat Coming 
~''The' t.VjTiMnbIa t'oast Mission'.-^ new 
hospital stei^iiier, .the x.'olurtibia IL. 
wJU arrive, at this port today and ar- 
rangements have been made for the 
dedication" service , to be— held 6r thf 
steainer torriorirow," &t 3"""p.m. Th« 
G.T.P. t^orripanj- has allowed the use of 
its dock for the dedication servl^ces. 
The services avIII be atended by the 
clergy and Choirs of the- city. The 
steamer vv.ni be open for' the Ihspec 
Hon of the public all fVldayafternoori. 
Afrailgemetits have been made by Ih 
Womens' AJJxUlary to make offerlnst 
for the furnishing of the, bo at, an< l all 
those Interested in the woFk— ot- the 
ml9.slon .are cordially inv'lted to , be 
present. 



<■ ■- Companies Act, ' . 

At a special nuetiti!!; of the Vajibou- 
™iii v,» _,...».«. . »., _ ,.. ^'^r Board of Trade held a fevV ilavs 



BuiliQ Lots 



In the Townsite of 



': Coleman, Alberta 



Situated in Famous 

X^row's Nest Coal 

Fields 



cuUon of the cpntraCi;: 

Tenders -will- not be $ion8ldered_ nn- 
4e«n»— made out on the forms supplTed 



«lgned[. with, the actual signature of the 
tenderer,, and enefjes^a; In the envelopes 
furnished, _ ., ^, . 

The lowest or any tender not neoes- 
««MIy Accepted. 

F. C. PAMSLB. 
Public Works Engineer. 
Public Works Department; 

Victoria. B. C. 2nd August, lIMO.. 



Maynard & Soii 



Act was reconsidered at length and it 
'Was .ahoW'n hy extracts read h> the ' 
j^ecCCtaiaL from the statutes of other ' 
provinces thii-t similar ieglHltaion-oi*-i|Jtieadquarter 
tains generally throughout the Domin- 
ion. As a res ult, r i f this new light 
upon the much debated question, the 
following resolution was ndlipted: 
"Whereas the fiuestion of the licens- 
ing or registration of ext^n-i)ro^'in'■iaI 
comjianie.s is oine of ie;en'er;il Interest to 
the whole r»omlnlon. and wherejis ron- 
sidera'lile diverslf\'' exists in the stat- 
utes of the variou.s prs.>vinces as to the- 

and pperu'tlon of suvh leglslatiow: 
be Jt resolved that in the opinion: of 



y. 



the Gigantic 
Collieries of the International 

- "' ** 

Coal and Coke Co., Ltd. 



NOTICE 

The Woodworkers, 

Limited 

Have their new factory on T:)ouglas 
street almost i-omiiletud, and It is tlic 
best of its kliul on the ('anadlun 
coast. They manofaclure evei-ytliin.ic 
in the Building '"i'rade. maiitel.s, show- 
cases, store, bank ami <)flice fl.<Uires. 
They can turn out 30t) doors and lUO 
windows per day. Detail work given 
KP"ctal attention. They liandle all 
kind.s of rcnigh and dressed iut'ilTJer, 
l.ilh, fliiiigles, and have a large stock 
of liardw.jod on hand. Their dry kiln 
wystern has all the latcsl Imijrove- 
inentf. .A.rel)itectH and builders are 
invited to call and inspect tlie plant 
and pro vs' tot^-themsplvos that --the-' 
above statements are correct. 



Office and Mill 

2843 Douglas StreeL 
VICTORIA. 



-A 



lltLIIS USSUeilNGE CO.:iTD 

{Estabn.shed 180S-.->--,- 

Capital and funds for security of 
policy-holders exceeds$^6.000,0()0 

Tiie- undei'slgned has succeeded to the 
agency of ItilH con-jpurij- fiirnitrly held 
by the Stuart JCobertHon Company,, Ltd., 
uaid will gl\-,e prompt attention to all 
tonununleationH regarding new business 
qr alierations refpiired on exl.>iting .poli- 
cies. I'lea.se address ail comunicatlons 
t,o ' J. G. ELLIOTT. 

.-jpecial Agient for Vancouver lalantj, 

1212 Broad St.. Victoria, P. C. 
I'. O; Box liO. Phono 660. 



Call and see them. Thf'v will be 
pleased to vshow jnu tlirough their 

planL 

R. McKINNEY, Manager. 




CANCELLATIOK OP BESERVE. 

NQTICB; Ift^Jiereby glven.,tb*t^be Wi- 
servo exi.sting on crown lands in Llu: 
vicinity of Bablne Lake, and situate In 
Casslar District, notice of which bear- 
ing data Juno 3oth, 1808, was pub- 
llslied In the British Columbia Gazette, 
dated July 2nd, ItiuS, is cancelled. 
ROBERT A. RENWICK. 
Deputy Commlaaloner of Lands,- 

Lands DepartmenU Victoria, B. C, 
June I6th, 1910. 




NOTICE 

in the matter, of xti*> estate of Blanche 

Ede,"7ate Of the City pt VlctOla, B. C, 
. widow. 

All persons having claims .against 
+ho above estate are' requested to send, 
I'artlcalars thereof to the undersigned 
on or before August ^22^ 1910. after 
which date the eScecutor- will proceed to 
distribute the aB9ets of the deceased, 
having regard only to the clalma of 
which he has notice. 

bated this 21st July, 1910. 

Victoria, B. C. , " .: 

GEO, A. MORPHY. . " 
-V, . ' Solicitor for ^iWWUtpr. 



.m i ll . 1 i| . 11 , 1 I . 



•i'a>'<>fMi)An,«<i«4 



NOTICE 



In the Supreme COart of British Co- 
■ lumbia. ,- 
In the Matter of the 'Estate of Harvey 
Watera, peoeased, Intgstjite, 
^ .- ■' , and ■ ■,;.'.- ' . 
In -tlvl^-Vatter of the Ofheiat.-Admlnis- 
tl'alrirk Ac.t: ..-■ "j ■ ..,-—4^-=^- -■■- 

, >'OTlc^ lis _ herifrby «iven that tindisr 
« n order 7grah4ed-*y- thfr HonoraWe -Mrr 
Justice Clement, dalied the 28th day of 
.liine. A. D. 1910, i, the undersigned, 
was appointed admlnielrator, of the es- 
tate of the above dece ased. AH parties 
having 'Claims against the said; estate 
are requested to send particulars o^ 
same .to me on. or before the 29th day of 
August, .1910, and all persons Indebted 
to the eaid estate are required to pay 
such Indebteihess to rne forthwith. 
, Dated at Victoria, B, C, this 29th day 
of July, 1910. 

WM. M0?JTE3XTH; - 
v.. Official Admlnlstratof. 
— ' 1 i n iij f iii ii i i n' ii " — - 



NOTICE 



^^^JS^,plJDt- 



Laying Pipes 

is part, of our businc.s.s. We'll lay 
them where we can get at them again 

whenever lt^' nceofsary. 

Contract Plunibing 

W'c: il" a ;;ri-Ht deal of. If you have a 
job tliat you want done phone us. tiur 
estimates cost you nothing. That's fair 
enoup!' 

N. I : -,-1 '111 ii.i \-niir joM)!n,g. 



The Colbert Plumbing & 
Heating Co., Ltd. 

755 Broughton Street Phone 552 

Oompauios Winding Up Act. 1898. 

NOTICE 

Firtal,-m'H-iinR pursuMm to .=;orflon TiO 
to be held ^t the office of J. G. Elliott 
on the 2;!rd day of Augjist at the hour 
of 3 p. m. to receive report and pass 
account of Liquidator of the Stuart 
Robertson Company, l.ilmited. , 

. A. STUART ROBERTSO.V, 
■ - Liquidator. 

Dated at \"i -o:.!, r. c, tflils 2l8t day 
of July.- 19,10. 



NOTICE 



Ifairlgabla Waters rrotectidn Act 
XOTICh; is horehy ;ri\en liiat John 
Raymond of the "City of Victoria, Brit- 
ish Columbia, is applying to His Excel- 
lency the Governor General of Canada 
in Council for approval of the plans and 
description.'! of !<ite, of worlt's proposed 
to be eonistructed by him In Victoria 
Harbor immediately fronting Lot r)62A, 
Block 41. Victoria. B. C, and has de- 
pOMited the .salH plans and descilptlons 
of site with tiipt .Minister, of Public 
Works at Ottawa and- a •dTiplicate there- 
of with the Registrar Gerieral of Titles 
In the Land Regiatry Office, Victoria, 
B. C., and' tliat the matter of the said 
application will be proceeded with at 
the expiration of one month from tho 
time of the first put)lication of 11, is no- 
tice In the "Canada. Gazette." 
,I?ftte* thl.«r 26th day of Jnlv. 1010. 
W. H. LANOLEY, 
nil Govet-ninent ..Street, 
Vict»>ria, B. 
^ . ,^, . .Solicitor for Applicant. 



C. 



/Messrs. Stewart Williams (!v 
Co., of Victoria, having been duly 



B^/'Oapt. Edward Barkley, 
ceased. 

All persons having claims against the 
estate of Captain' Edward Barkley, :BL 
N.. deceased, late of Westliolme, B, .CT 
a r e r eo'tired-ttr m ian d pa i tltinlars." diliy 
verified thereof to Kle ysrs. Ciease & 
Crease, .521 Fori slrecLyictoria. B. C 
on or before the ''isi .i-r. ..r .\ugust, 

1910. 

l>ated the 30th day ot July, A. l>. 1910 
(Signed) » . 

GBPFPBKV P \RNARpIStON, 
' Exec\j4or, 




CAnrcEi.i.ATiON or uxajsK-m. 



NOTICE 



Al'<'Ti(i.NEERS 



Instrm-ted by the dllTerent owners, we 
will sell ;it our sales-r'oom, 11514 Brofi.l 



Tomorrow, 2 p.m. 

.-^i • 1 -will almo.al new 

Furniture & Effects 



In the- fHlil4;t¥i* of the estate of Chan 
Tonj? Ork, lateof the City of Vic- 
toria. B. , C, Merchant: 
All persons having claims against 

^. -- ;■• • ;•■•;. , .... ^ _. .^ .'Chan Tong Ork, deceased,- are requested 

the council of the \ ancouver Board of instruict?d 'by the International , to send particulars thereof, duly revl- 
'r_„.i„ ...., ™....„_ 1,. „ ui.,i./.„...i,, , . . ^ . j ,ie,i to thi% unilersigpi-d. on or before 



Trade the matter Is on« -whlcK inigh' 
be profitably discussed at the annual 
convention, of the ( 'a nad b^n MH' l i r H T ii T - 
turers' association in /Vancouver In 
September next, and^solved further, 
that a copy, of fhlS/n^soUitlon l)f for- 
warded to the scc;retary of the ('ana- 
dUMv- -M-«+rr»fTrrtTjrpTS'""n'HST):rtl1TnDn, ■ Tn - 
ron-to. and als>»^to the principal boards 



lirovirK^g nnjifi' tb 



w in force. 



Coal and Coke Co., Ltd 

:' 1 .'Xuction :ii X'ii-toria, 
Ij. (, ., .11 .Monday and Tuesday, 
the Kyili,., and 20th Sep tember. 
191,0, the remainder of tlie, com 



or trade In the D.;mlnlon,- tte(--ornp!inied nauvV'K5at^Stx[tr" tfoldtngsrTn 

by .1 con>r(ftratlve .statement .showing-iXT^-'-^ ^^-^.^ , - 'rV, 7^ . 

1110 iiosKion held lie uiffereiit tlie Citv ' pT Colcman, .'\lberla, 



the Pth day -of AuguHt, II'IO. afti^r 
which date the executor will proceefl 
to distribute the asset.-* of the deceased 
among tho "pcrFon-^ .miti,,! . »,'„r-ot.;" 
ha.vlng regard on 
n h'li II he li-is not ;- ■ 

iMIi.! 1:.': •• . .lHy-:P'l- July. '■ 1 ' 

'.i- \ iioripHV, 

Vlc:,LQrla,- 3. c , 



NOTICE Is hereby given that the le- 
serve existing In crown lands In tho 
vicinity of Babine Lake, .-situate la 
Range ^, 'Cost District, notice ot which 
was published In the British Columbia 
Ga2Ct;te, dated December ITtli, 190S, is 
cancelled in so far as said reserve re- 
lates to lots numbered ir>19, ISlg, 1517' 
1516, 1515, 1510, 1607, 1506, 1d06A, 1603,' 

1512. 1511. 1505, 1604, 1513, 

150S, 1330, 

1533, 1534. 

1510, 1541. 

1547, 1548. 

1023, 1624, 



1601, 


1602, 


1514, 


150 9, 


1631, 


1532, 


1536, 


16S8, 


11146. 


1642, 


15^1, 


1G22, 


1551. 





1527, 
1635, 
1544, 
1549, 
1&2&, 



l.'i2S, L-jZy. 
1537, 1539, 
ir,-13, 1545, 
1550, 1520, 
1526 and 



ROBERT A. RENWICK, 
Deputy Commia.Ttoner of Lands. 
Lands Department, Victoria, B. C. 
June ieth, 1910. 



rBEE 



BOITDED 



olicitor 'ft'it' ■E.\r-<''it. 



r. 



O 



HERBERT S. LOTT 

nioii.. i.i^.i 1' . I 



Pfefiminary Notice 
Important Sale 



of 



N 



.TIXB-ROOM , not SI 



nahlc, eleven poultry v 
l'rlcr» ti.tiOi): f-asy tertri," 



C. ARTHUR HEA 

Rent Kttni", Iniiirnrifo, Monfy to I.onn, Ktc 
Phono ^B:;i. Law Chambers Bastion s. 

I/.'^RM LANDS-^LM PROVED. WIM 

I riiarige gooJ^farms In Manitui-ii i-.r 
i;y propxrty. Several Viftorla homes for 
.,<1« St reasonable prices and it-rms. 



$12,000 Consignment of 
i Magnificent Irish Linens 

j a It lie 

Broad Street Hall 
j (oppo.silc *>n!" S.'i'c ■ T' o nn ) 

i On dates to be shortly 



annotinccH 



I 



I 1.1.-; .... ; I, Hi,-- i ■ i 1 I > t .1 1 1 ..1 01 ,1 
P. Murphy, ES(^.. of •Belfast, Irela^nd 
(who is now "In .the '•li-i-.'i w'r- will 'pel i 
&t the, above haJl, 

ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT RESERVE 



Inr-luiMnB:: •'! iiaild;-- , . 

iniiiioo oi>;an. up. u: -, ,.,,„:, ,.„,>.,,•,, 

extension tables, cr. -table.s, grahiap^ifme 
and 25 recOFda, 2 couches, \ery' fine 
panther'^i^ug, elegant oak pilnce.Rs dres."?- 
Ing lalile, handsome mah. , dr'essr^r and j 
.«lanfl: v«r,y-.ji«l«tt-4'l"«*MM^-^and stand, 
extra largt? mirror In dresse- -.■,'<■■■ <\, '■,,■■ 
iiiik chiffonier. Ia(l\ 's/smal ; 

ing table, -bedrooni,^ulte, • ii,,i, 

bedsteads, spriiig^and top mattresses, 
single and -^^ ^-ron bedstead, very tine 
toilet sets, b»!rflspread8, towels, pillows. 
cu:-!liions, itd^ curtains,- portlefS, car- 
p -t Hi|iiatr*8. linoleums, blinds,' almost 
new Slrfgei- bicycle. Smith Premier -type* 
w'rite/. kitchen chairs, cookUig utcnftlls, 
gas' plate, oli stove, refrlfjerator, child's, 
^nabout chair, "S'Tjaby buggies. 1 

' CooK Stoves. 6 Ifole Steel 
Range 



We Guarantee 



NOTTCE" 01? nTSSOLTJtION |w." w'hoi^ -or thr -ni.ox 

»-.,...,-,-,..,..[ shii)p_^ed to us. These 
r.MxK ,\"(iiK that ihe'tMirttirfship '''I'f'f*'-'^^' "T> "Tid ori;A^^^ 
I . i^eioffire subsi.xting between S. !>. Wll- fore the sale ta' 

o(i and -J. Kennedy at Vlctbi^la. B. ' <.*.. ample," tlrno for I 
iiid'^r the Htyle of "The 'Vlttorla (tai- 
iKe" was di»«*rfved- on "the 20th day- of 
'■il.v, Il'J-O. and that the said "business 

■ill iiv the,., future bp carried on by S. 
1, \Vll«nn' ttV whom att oiilslHiidlng afi^ 
■ oimt.x ar# paynhle aMd■'^^1lo will he re- 
•■Poni!.U'Le.v.X<.irsr-all llfthllltie.--- If- ,-..mv»-'- 
oon with liip^'said liiintnepB. 



il'ine 



coiifilR-ument 

oods will be 
reo l.tj'H •''d 
plac\ thu.M glviliF 
lectloif. 

Special Notrce— This elegant line. 

will be sohPXnIy by VPubllc Auction," 

Full jiaHlculars will appear lattr. 



I (1 hk and 
on vipw. 



propeller, 



BVIiM-IY ,L. Wll. 
J. KEN'NE.DV. 



I MAYNARD <t SON 

1 Auctioneers - • 1314 Broad 



Street 



Stock, etc. in Lot 

1 oii.vilsis of: 1(1(1 chlckeiiM, Bh.inie luliind 
Reds, Plymouth Rocks ,ctc.. mostly 
P.ure bred. S.^;eat» old mouse color pony, 
4 young hO(-sea 4 and 6 years old, part- 
ly, broken. Just' down frorii jCftigary. 1 
part Jerse.v cow milking. 2 wheel -cart, 
tmejri- l.ir-,.-'. . 2 Bell tenlf;. po!.'--.. etc. 



Maynard & Son. 



Auctioneers. 



comprising some Three Hundred 
'clii,,Mble Business-am VRrsirtciTtial 
S ; Sitcs.J.ocated in lin liiiivino^ in- 
1U.1 ii;d I'cnirc. 






TIMBEK 



:»«<5«| 
A'KIt 



Whil! 



irdf r 



MILK PliSCE 



Lb 

_ I'll .Ml III 1- 

1 pint daily . . . ; $1.50 

1 <iuart, dall.\ , , $3.00 



•'^ jilhts, dailv 
" 2 quarts', dail.v 

3 fiiutrta. ...dally. 

4 quarts, daily . 



Half pint 
-T"T.lnt .. 
1, (lunrt . , 
I gallon . 

\Vh..les:i!.- 



CREAM 



Phone 2456 



. $4; 50 

.,$5.75 

, $8.25 

$10.50 



. .. .15r. 

, , ,30c 

60c 

. .,$2.40 

ipl ii--i I icin. 



The Guaranteed Pure 
Milk .Supply Co.^ Ltd. 

612 Pandora Ave. 



FOUESXRY 
SIOr4. 



COWTKIS- 



MERCHANDISE OF ALL KIITDS 
STOKED AND DISTRIBUTED 

Duncan's Warehouse 

14'egotiable Warehoase Receipts Is- 
sued, rnrniture nnrt Household Ooods 
careftilly h.-inrtled. Stone Building and 
Low IiViurauce. 



Phono 1G65. 



535 Yates St. 



.Ill-- 



.'11)1)1 \' 



;M her 
maps, 
(. Tlic 



.Tllid^jfull l').'ir) irul.ii -, 
plid'i ii:;ra))lis, vie, 
All'"' i' "iH'cr, 



. rinal Sitting 

i'-i 'ir-reliy . ' ■ ■ ■ I - ■ , 1 

I'lmbei and l-'or-esHi .v 
oe lield In tlie Court 
House. Vlctoiii). cotnmencing ' AtigufU 
1 r.. next. at. tjic .hour of 1 0'.r.n a. m. 

KRKD J, F(,TLTO.N. Chairman. 
Virtoi'la. B. C-, .Lily 2». 1010. 



' NmTICI 

L'-ittlngs . 
('■omnils.«li 



SlUtLHMISONSCO. 



Stswait, B. 
Rup« 



C. 
rt, 



and 
B. C. 



Prince 



I 



Stewart Williams 

637 Fort Street, Victoria, B. C. 

DAVItS T^ONS 

.M'CTmiNIEF.RS 
565 AND S28 YATES STREET 

To Rent 

JUiiiae and cottage, ..central, for sale. 
p.iarioa, se«lcr3.--frQm 35c dozen, bed.«, 
liurpHuS, (■haifs, blinds from 2nr and 
lots of othor goods. Davles fb Bon", 
.\iictioiieer.''. ."it)'! and S2S' YHto.<i street. 



CAKTCELLATIOiT OF RESERVE. 



NOTICE Is hereby given that tlie re-! 
[serve existing tipon the lands embrat\ed 
tin, special Timber LIcence.s Nos. S-^Pe^, ' 
j 2896.'), and 289G4, 8ltU8t<N:Mn Gold.strettin 1 
; District, is cancelled, and that the said I 
I landM will be open for lot'-wtlon under I 
I the provisions of tlin Land Act at mid- ' 
1 nisht on October 14. 1910, ' 

LOHRUT A. RENWICK, 
I'oputy t'ommissloner of Lands. 
i Lands Dein. Victorin, July 14,191,0, 

Livery Stables 



Fi.scal Ap:cnts for the 

Main Reef Mining Co. 

The property of thi;? com- 
pany adjoiiLs that of the 
Stewart Mining and Devol- 
opmcnt Co. „_ 



l^verli Y-Z (W!»e neaff) TMatefectafll 
fioap Powder dusted in the batk, softCM 
'^« Wkter and <ii«tafMt*i # 



KiLi^ WOOD Ain» fvoira 

Ik BA1 












/ 



I- 



18 



vicrroRiA DAILY jgoroNisT_ 



TburMl«)r/ Au|u«t 4, 1»10 




,va>iy*«aiiw<w>naS!nSfT>n!^^^ 



Ev(ir|r. Rug^ in Our Par- 
pet Dept Reduced 



Every Piece of Furniture 
Included in Thttf Sale 





During Our August 

Today V List Is a Worthy One^^fo^ All Horn Who \^^h to 

- Make a Sple 




Axminster Mats Special, $3.50, $2.50 

and $1,50 

Today will be a big day in our Carpet Department. Every Mai,: 
Rug and Square is substantially reduced in.,price. The range is the 
largest we have ever held and the prices are in keeping. -- - - - 
Axminster Mats in high grade quality, big variety of designs and col- 
orings, at $3.50, $2.50 and • • • •• ^1.5W 



$3.90 



Thirty, only , Union Wool Sq uares, Size 
3 byTl-2, to Sell, Today, at, each - - 

-Aii^extra special opportunity is thisfor all home .furnishers. These are we!^ 
ada]>tetl f.M- bedroom use. They arc in brow ns an d gre ens,- ilu ral and conven- 
tional effects. Size 3 X 3K'. If you can use one on-hese-you-^aTe- -fortunate at 
bcincT able to take advantage of them today. ^Each $3.90 



AmiiMter Rug s. Regjg36 jor$l9^ 

Axminster Rugs in high grade quality and finest weave. Bigrange of designs., 
and colorings. The Rugs are very suitable for drawing-room and dimngr 
room. Thick, heaw pile arid splendid carpet.-, for hard wear. Only '-^^^'^'^fd 
number at this price. Regular S36.00. August S;ile , :^l».7a 

Aogtist Sale Prices in the Staple Department 



Embroidered Linen Runners. Size 

17 X 54. Fine (juality . .^1.50 

White Turkish Towels, 2 for 25< 



Axminster Ca rpgt^ tiares 

Thf wh-le stoc"k~of .\xniiii-tor Squares are going on sale during Aug- 
ust ,an(i those who are wishing for a beautiful carpet cannot do better than 
purchase one of them. Adapted for present day decorations, they make a 
.splendid floor covering for dining and drawing room. We hav. luv .1 .^!ven 
better value. ■ ■ 

Size 9 X 9. Regular $21.00. , Sale - • • ■ -^lO.OO 

Size 9 X 9. Regular S36.00. Sale....... •- • • • ?19.75 

...^24.50 



Tap estry Carpet Sgu ares 

We are placing on sale a very large variety of these Squares 
designs suitable for bedroom or small drawing-room. Big range 01 
designs and colorings to select from in the foUowmg sizes : 

9 X 9. Regular $7.90. August Sale • ?2*oo 

9x10.6. Regular $12.50. August Sale «iI*Sn 

9 .X-.I2.: Regular ?i8:7S: :\ugust Sale . ^ift OO 

10.6 X 12. Regular $11.50. August Sale ^pc^.-i^v 

Smyrna Hearth Rugs 

This line of Rugsgives double service, as they are reversible and are ex- 
ceptionally good wearing. 82 90 

Regular .S3. 50 each. August Sale Price ft3*90 

Regular $4.50 each. August Sale Price ^'^' 



Mohair Hearth Rugs 



Rcadymade Pillow Slip. Per 

dozen ^^.**0 01 

Grecian Bedspreads 85< Size 9 x 10.6. Regular $42.50. Sale 



Size 18 X /x Regular $2.50. August Sale Price 

Size 24 x 48. Regular $400. August Sale Price 

Size 30 x 63. Regular $6.75. August Sale Price 

Size 36 X 72. Regular $9.00. August Sale Irice 



.^1.50 
.^2.90 
.^3.90 
.^5.90 



White Turkish loweis, 2 lor^of; ^.^^---^^ ^---^r , n , n e* J O f • iC :» «* €1 CA 

Dining l.n.n, Chairs In S...«. $13.00 Maid Linoleum: Speci al, Today, per S^are Yd. 75c j *! ". ^'^ „l^;; H'^.i'^i [ffg; ^ 



A splendid 6-chair suite is being placed on sale today at very special 
prices iiuleed. These are in Mission finish and consist of "five .side 
an<l cnie arm chair. They are exceptional value. Today . . ?13.00 

Chiffoniers Special, 
Today, at $9.75 

Chiffoniers made of quarter cut oak. 
well finished, containing five large^ 
drawers, has splendid quality bev- 
elled,, plate mirror at back. A most 
useful pif-e of furniture, ataVjM^. 
special August Sai-e Price ifo- 
dav "..••• . .^9.75 



r^ ,. ,. i $v<;o is a very small price indeed to pay for a good Enamel Bed, yet 

Your IJnoleum needs can be well supplied at this August Sale. Today a splendid quality hue ^'^^^^ ^^ are offering .this bargain to jo^i. _ These^are^exccpt^ion^^ 



is being placed on sale at a very special price. It i^ ,„ fl.,ral and conventional designs^ 
good and heavy. Special today, per square yard ^ ^ 



value. Put together very strongly and are 3 ft. and 3 it. 6 '"^^''^J. 
Special at .:p*5.&U 



Mission Ejxtension 
Tables, Special at 

_ $10.75 



Mission style furniture is most 
pleasing at all trmes. Today you 
can purchase a fine Mission, E.<- 
tension Table at a very small 
price. Just the table to match the 

•chairs which we are also offering 
at Augu st Sale- Prt'ces.-T^oday you 
can choose one of these tables 

■ \^ ; .... . .i?10.75 



Our August Furniture 

Sale Offers Good Val- 

ues in Madras Mtis- 

lins at 25c to 90c 

Madras Muslin of every hue and 
shade, in pretty artistic and con- 
ventional designs. Ju^t the kind 
for any drapery use. 1^ hcing of- 
fered at very special prices during 
our August Sale. No matter what 
your desire may he*:iJtjcan be well 
suited here. Prices ranee from 

■ 2-.C to : 9o< 



A Special Bargain for 
Today in Notting- 
ham Lace Curtains, 
per Pair, $1.35 

Today a splendid line of Xottingham 
Curtains willgo on .sale at a very 
low price, that is quality consider- 
ed. These aro in a number <>( very 
|iri'tlv design--. ilMial. .-Mnvcntion- 
al, . !, All rc.-id_\ '■' h.ui- up. 
Pi ice,, per ]>riir. today . . . .$1.35 



Couches Special, To- 
day, at $6.90 

.\ splendid line of Couches is offered 
at clearing prices for today. These 
are strongly made and covered 
. with excellent .quality _yelour, in 
.■shades of red, in stripe and figur- 
ed. These are splendid value tn- 
dav $6.90 



Dressers, Today, Spe- 
cial at $8.50 

'It you arc in need of a Dresser, today 
gives you ah excellent opportunity 
to procure one at a very small 
price. These have bevelled plate 
mirror, supported by shaped stand- 
ards, have two small drawers and 
two large ones, made of oak, well 
finished. Today's Special $8.50 






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Something Interesting for Tomorrow's Selling on Every Floor 



A Cleara nce in the^illinery Dept., Friday 

On Friday we mean to clear out tbr hakince, ol nt,nur,n, - Imr. ,.. Hats. These have beetittiarked 

^ at very smairpurs^p -ices for that day's sel!ir.K. and nu-lnd. Chddren's Flop Hat s. Ladte.s baU- 

or and TrTt^med Ha s. Most n.-u'worthv .hc ,1u- ..npn in,^ value.s which are to he had in Tnm- 

med Hats. These are in straws of a f 1, nl,bons, flowers and ^-ther. hpe^ 

cial Cleararice Friday ■•••-•■ V^:^i a' '^'<t'-\:^.' " " 25c^ 

Children's Flop Hats . . . lOc^ Ladies Sailors .,..--• -2^C 

See Broad Street Windows 



Special Sale of J^^ueen 
Quality" Shoes for Women, 
Friday, at $3.45 . .i/ 



You Can Buy a Fine Qua lity $ 1 and 
$1.25 Blouse, Friday, for 50c 



We have gathered together a number of bro_k- 
en sizes in a variety of .styles of thi.s famous 
7\merican Shoe. They come in patent glazed 
kid, gvm metal, tan, etc. Alt sizes in the lot, 

, Friday '• ....$3.45 

F riday and Satu rday 

Will be a Clean-up in Our Dress, Silks and 
Staple Department 
All odd lengths and Remnants left over 
after July Sale. Must be cleared up in these 

two days. 

Prices will not be considered, tliey must go; 

Great Bargains— Dresses, Silks, Muslins, 
Cottons, Print, Flannelettes, Remnants. 

There will be a great rush for these while 
they last. 



To nil .rrbNyts magnets 



Ml the 



lilouse Section are really surprising, 



4er w^-^re offering a number of lieautiful Mull Blouses at less 
than half their usiia] worth. These have fancy embroidered! 
.fronts, in all-stzes, loTT?j sleeves, edged with lace. Som^ have 
tucked fronts. .In all these are bargains which any lady >vi.sh- 

Jng a, substantial saving should t'ake advantage of. Reguhir 
$r.OO.'tO $1.25. I'riday i ^^t 



SilR De partment 



Wc have opened the first consignment of New-5-ilks and 
Velvets for i-'ail Season. Tl^ese |!are rlispla-ywdin Silk Dept. 

Velvets are'much in ddmaijd for the coming season. 

The New Moire Effect, in all wiinting .shades .$1.50 

The New Chanticler.,. Paisley drsign, in all combinations. $1.75 

Panne Velvets, in all wanted shades and black $1.50 

Silk Velvets, in all shades, $i.fX) and f J'52 

Velveteens, in all shades. 50c, 75c and Si'SS 

Paisley Silk^, per yard, 9dc to $5.00 



A Week-End Cl earance of Ladies* linen 
gpsto^sT Va^^ to $12, Friday, $2.90 

We venture to say that we have never offered better values in beautiful, cool, stylish Linen 
Costtimes than those Which we^^re placing on sale Friday. They arc exceptional values indeed, 
^t ;T.t a very fine quahtv pure linen, in plain shades, in semi-fitting styles The colors are pink, 
mauve white, tan, blue. Coats are in both cutaway and straight styles. I hese are at least worth 
$7.50 to $i2.ci). But our aim is to clear them out. Hence the tremendous reduction. 

Week-End Clearance Parasok FrL, $1,25 

Tomorrow wc mean to clear out the balance of our stock of Ladies' Parasols, and in order to 
do so, wo have marked them down to prices that will ensure quick riddance. 

Ttie Regular Values WeW $3.75, $4.75, $5.00, $6.75 and up to $9.75 

but as ihc season is getting advanced, it is imperative that wc should close the.mQUt. ^ridaj^you 
may choose any one of these which is placed on sale at $1.25. 

A Clean-Up Sale in the Mens and Boys' Clotliini^ Department 



Boys' and Young Men's Long Pants in various shades 
of tweeds and worsted?. Regular $1.50 to $2X)0 
Friday ..., , • • • -^I'^CJ 

A clearing out line of Boys' Wash Suits in Buster-^and 
Ru.ssian blouse styles. KegulSir $1.00. Friday 35# 

Clearing out line of Boys' Blouses. Regular soc. 
Friday 



Boys* White Diick Outing H«ts. Regular 50c, Fri- 
day ,.,i..... ........•.••••» •••••••••••••• •■^0<p 

Boy«' Whit* Duck and Print Knickert. Regtilir TOc. 

Boy*' T#H»*««« *«'*^.»" twcedt, with bloomer^»n4 
plain trbus«r«. Special, Friday .......... .fBKwM